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Briggs & Stratton 725 EXi Series 7/8 Shaft OHV Mower Engine

$340.27 incl GST

Briggs & Stratton 725 EXi Series 7/8 Shaft OHV Mower Engine LATEST MODEL
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Product details

The Briggs & Stratton 725 EXi Series™ push mower engine - Exceptional value 

** 7/8 inch Shaft Size ** 

Please specify Shaft size when completing Delivery Instructions 

This Engine has come from Briggs Aus/NZ specification, - not parallel imported. 

Briggs & Stratton is the worlds most trusted small engine producer, they cement that fact by manufacturing over 40,000 engines every day. Buy reliability and performance with a well known, well respected brand. 

Why buy this product? This engine has 16% more power, only 3.6% more weight with a larger cubic capacity - this gives you RAW POWER! - Remember - Power is LIFE!! 

Made in the USA 


FREE 600ml SAE30 OIL 

The perfect tool for a quick, dependable cut: 

Model Number: 104M020097H1YY0001 

Engine Displacement (cc)163 

Engine Configuration: 
Vertical Shaft 

Length (in)13.8 

Height (in)10.1 

Bore (in)2.69 

Torque (ft-lbs, gross)*7.25 

Number of Cylinders: Single 

OHV Engine 

7/8" Diameter  69mm long Shaft

Width (in)12.5 

Weight (lbs)18.8 

Stroke (in)1.75 

Motor is brand new and perfect as a Repower for tired, mower engine. 

Will bolt straight to the vast majority of push mower - real money saver, - get yourself a new mower, if your body is in good condition 

** Standard 24 Mth warranty for domestic use and 90 days Commercial use. 

** Other motors, including rider engines available on request** 

## We supply all Briggs and Stratton spare parts and product. Just ask. Please supply MODEL and TYPE number with inquiry ## 

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