Briggs & Stratton Lawn Mower Small Engine Gas Tank #699374



This video provides step-by-step instructions for replacing the gas tank on Briggs and Stratton small engines, commonly found in lawn mowers, riding tractors, zero-turn radius mowers, wheeled edgers, pressure washers, and generators. The most common reason for replacing the gas tank is when the engine is leaking fuel.

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All the information in this gas tank replacement video is applicable to the following brands: Briggs & Stratton, Toro, John Deere, Lawn Boy, Craftsman

Tools used: pan, clamp cutter, screwdriver, nutdriver, socket wrench

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6 thoughts on “Briggs & Stratton Lawn Mower Small Engine Gas Tank #699374

  1. I've been using power mowers for 50 years and never encountered a leaky fuel tank. So, once I figured out what the problem likely was, I was surprised to find a video showing how to replace a fuel tank, on a Toro mower similar to mine, nonetheless. The video showed me exactly what I needed to know (and how simple the replacement is).

  2. I have a couple of small holes in the top of my gas tank (Lawn Boy Self Propelled mower with B&S engine) where an animal, probably a raccoon, bit into it. Replacement tank is over $60. Is there a cheaper way?

  3. Well done video. Not like the shaky badly lit vague things all over youtube. I have this tank and will probably replace it. It looks like some animal chewed a small hole in the bottom. Can't figure out the motivation for that. Tasty plastic? Also chewed on the cap, so maybe the like the smell of gas.

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