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    High Performance Briggs Parts

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    Briggs Model 305 and 342 cc Billet heads.
    Roller rockers (Also fit the stock head)
    Makes 6 more Horsepower than a stock Briggs big valve head.
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    Briggs Animal Billet heads.
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    Hi, bought a set of rockers from you several years ago. Worked great Had an issue and flat spotted the roller tips. Can you replace them?

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    Replaceable rollers would be a plus .

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    Might just see if we can fab some roller tips ourselves. Put them in the drawer when I replaced them and haven't had them out since. Need to see if they're are just pressed in or what. I sort of put the kart before the horse.

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    I don't think the trunioun or pin is supposed to spin so my guess would be pressed in.

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    You are correct. Going to see if find a get a couple of the right pins from Jim. Thanks for the help.

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