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Old 03-19-2020, 07:45 PM
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Default 3.5 hp Briggs Parts search

Looking for a parts source for a 3.5 hp briggs horizontal shaft engine
Family YBSXS.1481HH 274459

Its a flathead ....thought it would be simple to find parts for
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I'm not familiar with that code format......

Where'd you find those?
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That is the family number, not the model number

You need the model number
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I'm not familiar with that code format......

Where'd you find those?
On the side of the recoil starter
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Where should one look for the model number on the engine? Thanks
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Yeah, that's not the right number. On older Briggs at least, the numbers are STAMPED into the metal above that area, but IDK with the 90s Briggs. Check all over for other numbers.
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Found the correct model # to order parts by - parts ordered
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Ok then! Good job!
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