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Piotr Pakula

Piotr Pakula

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Another one I have a carburetor, if I remove it, I will try to look for the number and manufacturer. Sabre 35 - Zama A-01373-A
Sabre 33 I can not undress for now
Sabre 33 - Zama H17B49P
I finally disassembled ;-)
 
Vintage Engine Repairs

Vintage Engine Repairs

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Hi guys, I know it’s not chainsaw related but I’m hoping someone can help.

I have a Briggs and Stratton 3hp engine from 1974. The code is 60102 0347-01 and I’m trying to find a workshop manual. I have had zero luck.

I can find an owners manual as well as some
Torque specs, but I’m really looking for the service / repair manual. Thanks in advance.
 
ray benson

ray benson

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Indiana
Hi guys, I know it’s not chainsaw related but I’m hoping someone can help.

I have a Briggs and Stratton 3hp engine from 1974. The code is 60102 0347-01 and I’m trying to find a workshop manual. I have had zero luck.

I can find an owners manual as well as some
Torque specs, but I’m really looking for the service / repair manual. Thanks in advance.
Not sure what manual the 60100 series is in?
 
Marine-piper

Marine-piper

Homelite collector in training.☠
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USA
Hi guys, I know it’s not chainsaw related but I’m hoping someone can help.

I have a Briggs and Stratton 3hp engine from 1974. The code is 60102 0347-01 and I’m trying to find a workshop manual. I have had zero luck.

I can find an owners manual as well as some
Torque specs, but I’m really looking for the service / repair manual. Thanks in advance.
For just the motor there are several manuals available depending on the hp.
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Marine-piper

Marine-piper

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Turd Furgeson

Turd Furgeson

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WI
Hey Guys,

I saw a reference on here from 2006 on a technical bulletin/information from Stihl on the change from M5 Cylinder hold down bolts to M6 on the 064. Does anybody have a copy of that TI?

Thank you!

Scott
 
ray benson

ray benson

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Hey Guys,

I saw a reference on here from 2006 on a technical bulletin/information from Stihl on the change from M5 Cylinder hold down bolts to M6 on the 064. Does anybody have a copy of that TI?

Thank you!

Scott

Check your inbox, the t.i. is 8.94 - it is about longer bolts. I have no 064 t.i. earlier than that.
 
Turd Furgeson

Turd Furgeson

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WI
Hey Guys,

I saw a reference on here from 2006 on a technical bulletin/information from Stihl on the change from M5 Cylinder hold down bolts to M6 on the 064. Does anybody have a copy of that TI?

Thank you!

Scott
Still looking, The TI Ray had was for M6x20 change out to M6x25 on the late 064/066 saws. I'm looking for the TI on M5 x20 to M6x20.
 
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