Briggs and Stratton Large Flo Jet Carburetor with Choke Style B
Carburetor for Briggs and Stratton Cast Iron Engines.
This is a reproduction of the Briggs and Stratton Large 2 Piece Flo Jet Carburetor. Also known as the Briggs "4 Bolt Carb."
The carburetor body is made of a high quality cast aluminium. We have also implemented an improvement over the original Flo Jet Design. We have added a neoprene o-ring between the emulsion tube and carburetor body. This prevents leaks from the bottom of the carburetor.
Carburetor also includes M6-1 threaded rod for to use with your air filter cover.
About the choke lever:
This choke lever is designed to be used with a choke cable connected to your tractor's dashboard. The choke lever can also be moved to either the left or right side of the carburetor.
Intake Mounting threads: 1/4-20
Air Cleaner Mounting Thread on bottom: M6-1.0
Will Fit Vintage and Antique Engine Models With Model Numbers beginning with:
17, 19, 2, 24, 25, 30, 32
Replaces Part Numbers:
- and others
The people there was great to help me find the right part and at a price I could afford. Meant a lot to me and my son to keep this running after my father passed away. I just cant wait to get a bit of free time to get it put on. Once again and thankyou very much you don't know what it means to me and my son.
Excellent seller. I returned the first carb received and the seller tested it and returned to me. It worked fine and tractor is running. Seller was best communicator I have dealt with
I broke down and treated myself to serviceable equipment. I checked it out and bolted the large flo-jet up. Dialed it in and a some linkage adjusted. I'm satisfied and actually very happy with my choice. Thanks Norm.
Excellent response. Carb arrived in the mail 2 days after I ordered it. It is of outstanding quality. I have not installed it yet because I have been busy with other projects but have a high level of confidence it will work fine.
Arrived in great time. Easy to install. Exact replica of original. Extremely well made. Literally saved my tractor!
I can't review it yet, my project is not quite ready for that step. I feel confident that it will work though.
I will say the packaging for shipment was totally inadequate. I may need to train their person... It was put in a USPS box and had a ball of newspaper on one side of it. When it arrived the box looked like it had been crushed, I was thankful that it was not damaged ...Should have been wrapped completely in bubble wrap and taped, then put in a box.