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2019/04/24 18:27:38 (permalink)
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Looking for Carburetor for 1967 Briggs and Stratton unknown HP engine.

I have an engine with the codes 60202-0123-01-6711173, the carburetor isn't in too good of shape, the main fuel pipe coming out of the bottom into the gas tank was rusted up, the tank as well is rusted to hell. Anyways I was wondering if someone might know the correct carburetor for my engine and where can I find it. I believe it to be a 2.5 - 3 Horsepower. I will post pictures of the carburetor in question, it has a governor attachment to some sort of valve in the carburetor, as well as a wire hooked to it and has a choke on the front.

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    Roy
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    Re: Looking for Carburetor for 1967 Briggs and Stratton unknown HP engine. 2019/04/24 20:44:07 (permalink)
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    That type number doesn't come up. Should it be 0132? If so there are 4 different carburetors depending on whether it has a manual choke and 2 or 3 quart fuel tank. That is a 2 hp engine.
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    Re: Looking for Carburetor for 1967 Briggs and Stratton unknown HP engine. 2019/04/25 13:20:19 (permalink)
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    I've been trying to upload a picture of it, but it's fighting me at the moment I will have to upload it to imgur or something later, anyways those are the correct numbers, the brigss website says to add a 0 to the first set of numbers so it would be 060202-0132-01-6711173.

    I thought it might be the 2hp one just wasn't sure, as for the carb I have the parts manual but not sure which one it is and can't really find them being sold only newer looking ones.
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    Re: Looking for Carburetor for 1967 Briggs and Stratton unknown HP engine. 2019/04/27 16:08:27 (permalink)
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    Here is a link to the picture of the carburetor.

    http://imgur.com/a/Jy2ss37
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    Re: Looking for Carburetor for 1967 Briggs and Stratton unknown HP engine. 2019/04/27 16:56:32 (permalink)
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    Those carburetors are NLA. Might find an used on eBay.
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    Re: Looking for Carburetor for 1967 Briggs and Stratton unknown HP engine. 2019/04/27 18:01:51 (permalink)
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    What is NLA, Not Likely Available? Also I found this one, will it work without the pull choke or?

    https://rover.ebay.com/ro...k%2Fitm%2F292208731897
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    Re: Looking for Carburetor for 1967 Briggs and Stratton unknown HP engine. 2019/04/27 18:32:43 (permalink)
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    NLA = No longer available from the manufacture.
     
    And no the carburetor will not work on a 2 HP engine. These are fix jet carburetor and would be at least 2X too rich plus the carburetor will not fit your current tank.
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    Re: Looking for Carburetor for 1967 Briggs and Stratton unknown HP engine. 2019/04/27 18:55:05 (permalink)
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    Is there one you might know of that will work or do I just sell the engine.
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