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MTD 9 Canadian Tire blower 319-825-515

I have a old ( probably 30yrs old ) MTD snowblower # 319-825-515
It has a Briggs and Stratton 8 HP on it
I require a fuel inlet valve ( needle valve ) for shutting off the fuel when the float level is up in the carb.
Presently the needle valve is worn and the fuel continues to come into the carb bowl and drips out of the carb inlet
Unfortunately the engine part number on the label is worn off so I cannot look up the part on the B&g web page
Can anyone tell me either the required part number of the fuel inlet valve or the Briggs and Stratton engine part number on this blower
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That old of a Briggs would have the engine model number stamped in the metal engine shroud cover. There isn't a label a such. Get a bright flash light and look for numbers on the top near the cylinder head or possibly near the carburetor. Roger
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That old of a Briggs would have the engine model number stamped in the metal engine shroud cover. There isn't a label a such. Get a bright flash light and look for numbers on the top near the cylinder head or possibly near the carburetor. Roger
That's what I was hoping also but on the engine sheetmetal shroud near the cylinder head there is a foil label stating model # and ser# - unfortunately all the details have disappeared - I guess they were only printed on the foil strip - not stamped in
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hello tuggie, welcome to SBF!! how about posting some pic's of your motor and carb

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That's what I was hoping also but on the engine sheetmetal shroud near the cylinder head there is a foil label stating model # and ser# - unfortunately all the details have disappeared - I guess they were only printed on the foil strip - not stamped in
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Briggs & Stratton engines don't have a serial number. They have a model, type, and code. Sometimes there will be a foil sticker as you've mentioned but the actual numbers will still be stamped in the flywheel cover itself. The only exception being starting in the mid ninties some engines have a riveted metal tag. If you can't find it I'll try to figure it out for you anyway. I have some numbers here that should work to look up a carb kit.
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Do I have to remove anything to access where the model number would be on the flywheel cover
Where would the number be located on the flywheel cover
If you Google " How to clean an older 8HP Briggs and Stratton carburetor " you will see the identical carb to the one I have
I will look for model numbers in the morning
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