coaledsweat wrote:blue83camaro wrote:I have a gravley model L walk behind.
I had one of those when I was a kid, don't know what the model was. I think it was around a '52-3 with a very small iron Briggs on it, you wrapped a rope on the crank snout to start it. The thing was very powerful.
If it was that age (mine is a 50) it should have a gravley engine on it although soem people have converted them to other engines. They are a beast, real long stroke so they make tons of torque. When I am working it hard you can almost count every time the engine fires but it keeps running.