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Lawn Tractor Carb
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Mech - Not    Posted 04-29-2003 at 12:14:18       [Reply]  [No Email]
I have a 14 HP Briggs & Stratton engine and while working on the carb the float came off and the little plunger that controls the gas inflow was lost, fell in the gravel somehow!! Does anybody know what material that is made of? Can you buy just that part?


redtractorman    Posted 04-29-2003 at 15:46:16       [Reply]  [Send Email]
take the carb to your local napa auto parts store and they should have this in stock,the needle and seat are common replacable parts,cost a few dollors.


MikeC    Posted 04-29-2003 at 13:42:19       [Reply]  [Send Email]
If you go to Briggs website they have diagrams and part numbers for all of their engines. You will need the engine ID codes and can download a PDF file.

B&S Site

I had to do the same for my 5hp B&S rototiller this spring and was happy to find the manual and part numbers.


gyp    Posted 04-29-2003 at 14:54:12       [Reply]  [No Email]
Mike, I found the web site but when I put the part number in it would not come up. On the PDF diagram it is part number 105 but I am sure there is another part number. Do you know how to find it?


JoeK    Posted 04-29-2003 at 12:26:12       [Reply]  [No Email]
Usually stainless or brass w/viton tip,Magnet prolly won't work.Yes they are available as a separate part(needle and seat)usually carded.You will need make,model,serial,code numbers off engine.Should be available at just about any small engine place for couple/four bucks.


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