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Advice on replacing Briggs 12H802–1776–B1 with 128M02-0010

I need your thoughts replacing a Briggs 12H802–1776–B1 with a 128M02-0010.  The crankshaft on the  12H802 is part number 696009 which parts sources say has been replaced with 590807, which the 128M01 uses.  The both use the same sump, p/n 493279.  I'm thinking I can't go to far wrong.

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    Re: Advice on replacing Briggs 12H802–1776–B1 with 128M02-0010 2017/07/23 13:37:28 (permalink)
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    According to the Briggs site, your 128H02 has a 25mm crank with a 7/16' thread, The 128M02-0010 you want to use has a 7/8" crank with a 5/16" thread which means you would need to change the blade, hub, and bolt.
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