Briggs And Stratton Parts

Written by Charles Peacock
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Briggs and Stratton parts can be used to repair and maintain any piece of Briggs and Stratton equipment. Briggs and Stratton produces some end-user products, but they also specialize in building engines for use in popular outdoor products brands. Among the brands that use Briggs and Stratton parts are Craftsman, Toro and Dixon.

Where Briggs and Stratton Parts Are Used

Sears' line of Craftsman tractors are one of the most popular users of Briggs and Stratton parts and engines. Briggs and Stratton offers three different engines for the Craftsman line. Craftsman tractors can be purchased with 17, 18 or 21 horsepower engines, depending on how heavy your needs are.

Toro is one of the world's most popular brands for lawn care products, and they feature Briggs and Stratton engines in many of their models. The Toro 21 inch Super Recycler lawn mower utilizes a 6.5 horsepower Briggs and Stratton motor. For their 16-38HXL tractor, Toro employs the 16 HP OHV Toro Power Plus Briggs & Stratton engine. As you can see, Briggs and Stratton engines are available in many different sizes, and for many different uses.

Most of the end-user products that Briggs and Stratton does produce are power generators. Generators are relatively simple machines that use an alternator to convert power from a gas engine into electricity. Because these machines don't require much modification of a regular gas engine, Briggs and Stratton produces and sells them under their own brand name.

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