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Help Needed to identify Briggs Gas Tanks


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Default Help Needed to identify Briggs Gas Tanks

I have a couple gas tanks I believe from old briggs engines. can someone tell me what model these would be found on? 2 on the right side are identical. Thank you
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The two on the right are typically found with Y or L models. The other tank looks like the type that would be found on an FHI, an H, or a T model.
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Default Re: Help Needed to identify Briggs Gas Tanks

The two on the right appear to be possible aftermarket tanks for the Y, possibly also on the W series or other, the one on the left looks like tanks that are on like the 8, 14, and 23 series engines. For sale?
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Default Re: Help Needed to identify Briggs Gas Tanks

The two on the right would have been attached to a washing machine and will work with several models including: Y, WM, WMB, L, LI, LA. I don't recognize the one on the left.
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Default Re: Help Needed to identify Briggs Gas Tanks

Iíd be interested in the one on the left with the outlet on the bottom if you decide to sell it. Itís for an H or FHI.
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