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Thanks for all the suggestions...
I'm will be picking up some ether and some carb cleaner on the way. I can always use it.
I packed plenty of wire and terminals to wire the whole thing twice.
Gotta get some gas though. Forgot the can this morning.
And yeah I know you basically got 4 Briggs engines stuck together, but with so little information, I don't wont to get there and have to go out. Funny how every time I head out to work on one the exact same stuff goes in the tool bag. Got it down pretty good and it keeps me organized.
Its only about 10 miles from the house, but about 45 min to the nearest parts store.
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