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05-13-2017 21:17:18

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OK I've got to many parts laying around I guess but I've got a wards rear engine rider with a 22" (?) Deck and a bad 5hp engine. I also have a 14 HP brigs v twin. We all see where this is going. The only thing I'm concerned about is a fuel tank. Were there any engine mounted fuel tanks for a 14 HP v twin ohv Briggs?

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05-14-2017 09:07:39

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 Re: Wards 5hp in reply to Jr1983, 05-13-2017 21:17:18  
You can put a vacuum-operated fuel pump on the newer Briggs, or it may already be there. It operates from crank case vacuum fluctuations. Once you have that installed, you can hang whatever fuel tank you find at the salvage yard a fuel tank somewhere convenient on the mower.

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05-14-2017 01:27:11

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 Re: Wards 5hp in reply to Jr1983, 05-13-2017 21:17:18  
Welllllll, for some really old time engines back when before you were born sonny. No not that I know of. If you have a good local lawn mower junk yard you can take a cruise through there. The really old Snapper rider + mowers had a side mount tank that bolted to the left hand frame. This might do ya cause it is just a bit higher than the carb on the engine and has it's own bracket. Just bolt it on. Also some really old tillers and snow blowers. You need to go "yarden".

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05-14-2017 06:42:19

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 Re: Wards 5hp in reply to jeffcat, 05-14-2017 01:27:11  
I had a Briggs that had a one gallon square tank mounted to it. Old engine tho.

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