How to Repair Briggs & Stratton Engines

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McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing, 1994 - House & Home - 222 pages
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In this money-saving guide to Briggs & Stratton engine repair, master mechanic Paul Dempsey covers everything you need to know to complete just about any maintenance or repair job with professional results. Completely revised and expanded with a wealth of all-new material, this third edition gives you step-by-step, illustrated instructions that demonstrate how to troublshoot and repair:

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Great book for repairs

User Review  - sunshiny - Overstock.com

We purchased this book because my hubby bought a 1970s model tiller at a garage sale. The tiller worked for a few days then just quit. So hubby started to do a tune up but couldnt get the timing ... Read full review

Its OK

User Review  - Stephen M. - Overstock.com

Would have liked more detail on actual processes of repair. Read full review

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About the author (1994)

PAUL DEMPSEY is the Senior Consultant for Engineering Management Consultants, a Houston-based consulting firm, and the author of more than 20 technical books. He is a member of Instrument Society of America, International Maintenance Institute, American Petroleum Institute, Automotive Engine Rebuilders Association, International Association of Drilling Contractors, and a standing committee member of the Off-shore Marine Services Association.

Dempsey is the author of more than 20 TAB books, two of which sold more than 100,000 copies. Dempsey's broad familiarity with mechanical devices combined with his skill and knowledge of writing technical manuscripts, has prompted him to write more than 100 magazine and journal articles dealing with English literature, teaching techniques, petroleum-related subjects, and maintenance management.

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