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Re: Is it truly made in America??
#1   May 14, 2010 9:17 am
    even the big usa engine manufactures,  they imply made in usa... more like assembled in usa... if u look inside a briggs engine  parts are sometime stamped  made in mexico  or made in argentina... but assembled here...... all in all  u need to do research on the product u r buying... are parts available?? how long is the warranty??? where is a service center???? do i have to send part somewhere to get repaired???? 
Re: Toro Power Clear 180: Anybody use it yet?
#2   Feb 2, 2010 5:04 pm
   we are a certified toro sales and service center up here in minnesota,  twin cities area.  so far the only problem with these taiwanese engines is the carb leaks fuel  and or  they will start right away , when primed, but kill.... toro recognized this issue and a carb kit is available under warranty.... they have problems  with the "coating" on the inlet needle coming off.....   anyhow if anyone needs to bring it in for service dont let them charge you..........................................................................

....................................  tell the it under  TORO SERVICE BULLETIN   SNOW PRODUCTS   # 81...................................................

 GOOD LUCK     chris

Re: How to make my 15.5 B&S Snow Max engine a 16.5 engine?
#3   Jan 25, 2010 5:07 pm
ya  buy a decal that says  16.5.     same engine different marketing strategies
Re: Tecumseh HH60 engine!! Need Help!!
#4   Dec 31, 2009 4:21 pm
there is a timing mark on both the camshaft and the gear on crankshaft.  these need to align with one another
Re: SeaFoam test
#5   Dec 26, 2009 4:54 pm
  HEAT  to work
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