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799728 Carburetor

Briggs and Stratton Carburetor 799728

Part#:  799728
  5.00 Stars - 3 Reviews

Briggs and Stratton OEM Part



Is your engine failing to start or running rough? Your Briggs & Stratton carburetor may be gummed up or clogged. You can try cleaning or rebuilding the carburetor, but if the damage is too severe, you may need to replace the entire carburetor assembly.

Fits Model

Briggs and Stratton (200)

Also Fits Model

BRIGGS AND STRATTON 28B700 28D700 28M700 28R700 28T700 28V700 28A700 28C700 28F700 289700 4 Cycle Small Engine
TORO 71300 71301 S2-12B502 R3-10B404 R3-10B404 R3-12B602 56176 56177 56185 70080 70081 70082 70084 70089 70100 70120 70131 70141 70142 70171 70183 71140 71180 71181 71182 71184 71185 71188 71189 71190 71191 71200 71201 71202 71203 71205 71208 71209 71213 71199 71200 Riding Lawn Mower

Replaces OEM

Briggs and Stratton 498027
Briggs and Stratton 499161
Briggs and Stratton 495706
Briggs and Stratton 494502
Briggs and Stratton 496592


Equipment Type Riding Lawn Mower
Equipment Type Small Engine

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Excellent to do business with

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Quick easy fix for rough running engine.

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All good

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