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Just in case ......

I came across this in case it may assist anyone in doing a repower.

At 25.00, it would save a lot of head ache, especially for someone that does not have the ability to weld.


Mount-BS-Tec Briggs & Stratton Gas Engines, Horizontal - Engine mount plate, 1/8" thick, to replace Tecumseh HM80-HM110, LH318-LH358, OHM120, OH358SA, OHSK120, OHSK125, OHSK130 with Briggs Intek model "20" and "21" engines, primarily on snow blowers.
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Would that be the same bolt pattern as the 414 LCT?

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My guess would be contact LCT, find out there bolt pattern and match it.

Here is the plate mod specs:

http://www.smallenginewarehouse.com/...8afa2459752d3a

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@cran,

Near as I can tell, the 414cc winter engine by LCT is close, at 103mm (4.05") X 195.5mm (7.69") bolt pattern …. you might want to double check that.

Source I pulled those numbers from:

https://www.powerequipmentdirect.com...b90817bafe.pdf

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Thanks oneacer...looks to me like it's just enough off to make life difficult......I'll try my hand from scratch....
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Cranman as we both need one I have a few ideas, I need to check a few measurement and fill you in when Iím out of work.

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sounds good Bruce
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Just at quick glance looks like this would move a Predator forward to deal with the short shaft.
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I made up a couple of drawings when I repowered my ST1032 with an LCT 414cc engine, to help line the mounting holes up. One puts the crankshaft in the same place, but the LCT mounting is so wide that the mounting holes on one side are right at the edge of the top of the tractor housing. The other drawing fixes that - it offsets the engine a little to the side.

I was going to attach them to this point but the site says they're too large even though they're only about 100KB each. But if anyone's interested, PM me your email address and I can send them to you. If they're right for your engine, you can actually print them at 1:1 scaling and use them to mark mounting hole locations.
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