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Old 06-18-2007, 09:28:08 PM
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Default Needing Help To Identify This Engine

Bought At A Show In Brinkley Ar.. It Does Run Now That In Fastened A Temporary Manifold And A Carb. Nobody In My Club Can Identify It.please Help. The Casting Numbers Are In The Photographs. The Only Numbers On The Engines Are (b 4 5). Would Appreciate Any Help Anyone Could Provide.
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Default Re: Needing Help To Identify This Engine

Looks like it might be a seldom seen Jacobsen 4 cycle mower engine.
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Looks to be a Jacobsen with a brigs carb and a brigs fh shourd
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I think the blower shroud is Jacobsen also.
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Default Re: Needing Help To Identify This Engine

Here are a couple of pictures of my Jacobs. They made one with one rocker arm and and one with two. I hope the pictures came through.
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