Briggs & Stratton introduced a tester to determine the alcohol content in gasoline almost three decades ago. At that point, we were concerned about the damage fuel containing more than 10% alcohol could do to fuel systems. Fuel in some parts of the world is being marketed with 75 to 85 percent alcohol. Because this fuel is not suitable for use in our engines, you may need to have a method to determine what the actual content is. Designed to measure a percentage of volume somewhere in the 20% range, the old tester is not quite up to the task. This paved the way for introduction of the 795161 tester, marked with a calibration line at 10%, 20%, 70% and another at 85%. This
provides the technician with visual cues as to the alcohol content.
Briggs and Stratton, Murray and Snapper have merged.
Briggs and Stratton 795161, Murray 795161 and Snapper 795161
are the same GASOHOL TEST KIT.
MANUFACTURERS NAME:BRIGGS AND STRATTON MANUFACTURER PART NO:795161