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Searching for maintenance tips to perform simple service on your outdoor power equipment? View our Maintenance How-To's to get step-by-step instructions on how to change your lawn mower engine oil or spark plugs, replace an air filter or repair your carburetor.

Keep your lawn mower and outdoor power equipment running at peak performance with Briggs & Stratton parts and accessories. Whether you're searching for a replacement carburetor, or a simple spark plug, Briggs & Stratton small engine parts are guaranteed to fit and built to last longer than aftermarket or generic parts.

Built for Big Acreage. Designed for people who take their mowing seriously, Briggs & Stratton riding mower engines run cooler, cleaner and smoother. Our engines deliver consistent high performance, from single-cylinder models to durable v-twin engines that can power zero-turn mowers and tractors with large mowing decks to handle the biggest landscapes.

Have an issue with your Briggs & Stratton engine or product? We're here to help. If you're more of a DIY-er, you can find troubleshooting tips and maintenance information in our FAQs and Maintenance How-Tos. Before you get started, consult your operator's manual for information specific to your engine or product.

Briggs & Stratton manufactures small engines and engine parts for lawn mowers and outdoor power equipment that can be used in popular brands (including Toro, Husqvarna, Troy-bilt, etc). We also may be able to provide some Murray parts and components, as well as Briggs & Stratton Power Products parts.

We sell engine parts and certain engines online through our shop site but do not sell short blocks factory direct. Replacement engines, short blocks, and parts are available locally through a Briggs & Stratton dealer.

Utility player. When it comes to engines, sometimes you need a jack-of-all-trades. The perfect small engine to power the equipment you use to maintain your home and yard, like a garden tiller, log splitter, pressure washer, water pump or portable generator. Count on our versatile and durable utility engines to perform consistently and start easily, no matter how tough the job.

In 1908, inventor Stephen Foster Briggs and investor Harold M. Stratton started an informal partnership to capitalize on the growing automobile industry. Eventually Briggs and Stratton settled on manufacturing automotive components and small gasoline engines.

In 1919 Briggs & Stratton purchased the manufacturing rights for a small, simple two-seat vehicle with a gasoline engine called the Smith Flyer from the A.O. Smith Company in Milwaukee. The Flyer had a small gasoline engine mounted on a fifth wheel, or motor wheel. Briggs & Stratton made engine improvements that raised the horsepower and renamed the vehicle the Briggs & Stratton Flyer. The Guinness Book of Records lists the Flyer as the most inexpensive car of all time, selling at US$125 to US$150 (equivalent to $2020 to $2430 in 2021). In 1925 they sold the rights to the Flyer to Automotive Electric Services Corporation. Briggs & Stratton kept the motor that had been the heart of the motor wheel and adapted it to power other applications such as reel lawn mowers and small equipment such as washing machines.

During World War II, Briggs & Stratton produced generators for the war effort. Some pre-war engines were made with aluminum, which helped the company develop its expertise in using this material. This development, along with the post-war growth of 1950s suburbs (and lawns), helped secure Briggs & Stratton's successful growth throughout the 1950s and 1960s.

Briggs & Stratton builds over 9,000,000 engines in the USA each year. The company employs over 3,000 employees in six states. Wauwatosa, WI, is home to the company's headquarters and R&D center. Manufacturing plants are located in Poplar Bluff, MO; Auburn, AL; Statesboro, GA; and Sherrill, NY. The company also has a proving grounds and testing facility located in Fort Pierce, FL.[29]


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