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Good or Junk???


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Question Good or Junk???

I have a Briggs and Stratton Model 23 that I'm parting out, I checked the crank it measures 1.174 on one side of the rod journal and 1.172 on the other side is this usable or junk??? and should I sell the rod??????
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Default Re: Good or Junk???

Bunky

In the BS book it says the rod journal should be 1.1844" for the 23 series engine. Your engine is a bit undersized. ????????


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Default Re: Good or Junk???

Well it has an oversize piston in it so I assume it has been rebuilt so it must of been a ground undersize .010...
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