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Fuel Tank Mounting Gasket

Part Number: 272409S
Briggs and StrattonToro
Availability: 25+ in stock
Price: $3.99
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*This part replaces obsolete part #: 27911, 272409 and 271592.

Product Information
Manufacturer: Briggs and Stratton, Toro
Product Number: 272409S
Classification: Part
Weight: 0.01 lbs.
Shipping: Ships Worldwide
Description:
This is a Genuine Manufacturer Sourced replacement part used on a variety of Engines. This part provides an air tight seal for mounting the Gas Tank. This part is made out of Composite Material and it is Sold Individually.
Compatibility

This part is compatible with the following machines:

Briggs and Stratton
Toro
58013 (3000001-3999999)(1973) Tiller
58013 (4000001-4999999)(1974) Tiller
58013 (5000001-5999999)(1975) Tiller
58050 (3000001-3999999)(1983) Tiller
58070 (3000001-3999999)(1983) Tiller
58100 (9000001-9999999)(1969) Tiller
58100 (0000001-0999999)(1970) Tiller
58100 (1000001-1999999)(1971) Tiller
58110 (2000001-2999999)(1972) Tiller
58114 (3000001-3999999)(1973) Tiller
58114 (4000001-4999999)(1974) Tiller
58114 (5000001-5999999)(1975) Tiller
58125 (4000001-4999999)(1974) Tiller
58125 (5000001-5999999)(1975) Tiller
58150 (3000001-3999999)(1983) Tiller
58210 (2000001-2999999)(1972) Tiller
58215 (3000001-3999999)(1973) Tiller
58220 (4000001-4999999)(1974) Tiller
58220 (5000001-5999999)(1975) Tiller
58226 (6000001-6999999)(1976) Tiller
58226 (7000001-7999999)(1977) Tiller
58226 (8000001-8999999)(1978) Tiller
58226 (9000001-9999999)(1979) Tiller
58226 (0000001-0999999)(1980) Tiller
58226 (1000001-1999999)(1981) Tiller
58226 (2000001-2999999)(1982) Tiller
58231 (4000001-4001269)(1974) Tiller
58231 (5000001-5999999)(1975) Tiller
58237 (6000001-6999999)(1976) Tiller
58237 (7000001-7999999)(1977) Tiller
58237 (8000001-8999999)(1978) Tiller
58237 (9000001-9999999)(1979) Tiller
58237 (0000001-0999999)(1980) Tiller
58237 (1000001-1999999)(1981) Tiller
58237 (2000001-2999999)(1982) Tiller
58237 (3000001-3999999)(1983) Tiller
58307 (7000001-7999999)(1977) Tiller
58307 (8000001-8999999)(1978) Tiller
58336 (7000001-7999999)(1977) Tiller
58336 (8000001-8999999)(1978) Tiller
58336 (9000001-9999999)(1979) Tiller
58336 (0000001-0999999)(1980) Tiller
58336 (1000001-1999999)(1981) Tiller
58336 (2000001-2999999)(1982) Tiller
58600 (9000001-9999999)(1979) Tiller
62933 (6000001-6999999)(1986) Blower-Vacuum
62933 (6000001-6999999)(1986) Blower-Vacuum
62933 (7000001-7999999)(1987) Blower-Vacuum
62933 (7000001-7999999)(1987) Blower-Vacuum
62933 (8000001-8999999)(1988) Blower-Vacuum
62933 (8000001-8999999)(1988) Blower-Vacuum
62923 (8000001-8999999)(1988) Blower-Vacuum
62923 (8000001-8999999)(1988) Blower-Vacuum
62923 (9000001-9999999)(1989) Blower-Vacuum
62923 (9000001-9999999)(1989) Blower-Vacuum
62923 (0000001-0999999)(1990) Blower-Vacuum
62923 (0000001-0999999)(1990) Blower-Vacuum
62923 (1000001-1999999)(1991) Blower-Vacuum
62923 (1000001-1999999)(1991) Blower-Vacuum
62923 (2000001-2999999)(1992) Blower-Vacuum
62923 (2000001-2999999)(1992) Blower-Vacuum
62933 (4000001-4999999)(1974) Blower-Vacuum
62933 (4000001-4999999)(1974) Blower-Vacuum
62933 (5000001-5999999)(1975) Blower-Vacuum
62933 (5000001-5999999)(1975) Blower-Vacuum
62933 (6000001-6999999)(1976) Blower-Vacuum
62933 (6000001-6999999)(1976) Blower-Vacuum
62933 (7000001-7999999)(1977) Blower-Vacuum
62933 (7000001-7999999)(1977) Blower-Vacuum
62933 (8000001-8999999)(1978) Blower-Vacuum
62933 (8000001-8999999)(1978) Blower-Vacuum
62933 (9000001-9999999)(1979) Blower-Vacuum
62933 (9000001-9999999)(1979) Blower-Vacuum
62933 (0000001-0999999)(1980) Blower-Vacuum
62933 (0000001-0999999)(1980) Blower-Vacuum
62933 (1000001-1999999)(1981) Blower-Vacuum
62933 (1000001-1999999)(1981) Blower-Vacuum
62933 (2000001-2999999)(1982) Blower-Vacuum
62933 (2000001-2999999)(1982) Blower-Vacuum
62933 (3000001-3999999)(1983) Blower-Vacuum
62933 (3000001-3999999)(1983) Blower-Vacuum
62933 (4000001-4999999)(1984) Blower-Vacuum
62933 (4000001-4999999)(1984) Blower-Vacuum
62933 (5000001-5999999)(1985) Blower-Vacuum
62933 (5000001-5999999)(1985) Blower-Vacuum
62912 (7000001-7999999)(1977) Blower-Vacuum
62912 (7000001-7999999)(1977) Blower-Vacuum
62912 (8000001-8999999)(1978) Blower-Vacuum
62912 (8000001-8999999)(1978) Blower-Vacuum
62912 (9000001-9999999)(1979) Blower-Vacuum
62912 (9000001-9999999)(1979) Blower-Vacuum
62912 (0000001-0999999)(1980) Blower-Vacuum
62912 (0000001-0999999)(1980) Blower-Vacuum
62912 (1000001-1999999)(1981) Blower-Vacuum
62912 (1000001-1999999)(1981) Blower-Vacuum
62912 (2000001-2999999)(1982) Blower-Vacuum
62912 (2000001-2999999)(1982) Blower-Vacuum
62912 (3000001-3999999)(1983) Blower-Vacuum
62912 (3000001-3999999)(1983) Blower-Vacuum
62912 (5000001-5999999)(1985) Blower-Vacuum
62912 (5000001-5999999)(1985) Blower-Vacuum
62912 (6000001-6999999)(1986) Blower-Vacuum
62912 (6000001-6999999)(1986) Blower-Vacuum
62912 (8000001-8999999)(1988) Blower-Vacuum
62912 (8000001-8999999)(1988) Blower-Vacuum
62912 (9000001-9999999)(1989) Blower-Vacuum
62912 (9000001-9999999)(1989) Blower-Vacuum
62912 (0000001-0999999)(1990) Blower-Vacuum
62912 (0000001-0999999)(1990) Blower-Vacuum
62912 (1000001-1999999)(1991) Blower-Vacuum
62912 (1000001-1999999)(1991) Blower-Vacuum
62912 (2000001-2999999)(1992) Blower-Vacuum
62912 (2000001-2999999)(1992) Blower-Vacuum
62922 (4000001-4999999)(1974) Blower-Vacuum
62922 (4000001-4999999)(1974) Blower-Vacuum
62923 (5000001-5999999)(1975) Blower-Vacuum
62923 (5000001-5999999)(1975) Blower-Vacuum
62923 (6000001-6999999)(1976) Blower-Vacuum
62923 (6000001-6999999)(1976) Blower-Vacuum
62923 (7000001-7999999)(1977) Blower-Vacuum
62923 (7000001-7999999)(1977) Blower-Vacuum
62923 (8000001-8999999)(1978) Blower-Vacuum
62923 (8000001-8999999)(1978) Blower-Vacuum
62923 (9000001-9999999)(1979) Blower-Vacuum
62923 (9000001-9999999)(1979) Blower-Vacuum
62923 (0000001-0999999)(1980) Blower-Vacuum
62923 (0000001-0999999)(1980) Blower-Vacuum
62923 (1000001-1999999)(1981) Blower-Vacuum
62923 (1000001-1999999)(1981) Blower-Vacuum
62923 (2000001-2999999)(1982) Blower-Vacuum
62923 (2000001-2999999)(1982) Blower-Vacuum
62923 (3000001-3999999)(1983) Blower-Vacuum
62923 (3000001-3999999)(1983) Blower-Vacuum
62923 (4000001-4999999)(1984) Blower-Vacuum
62923 (4000001-4999999)(1984) Blower-Vacuum
62923 (5000001-5999999)(1985) Blower-Vacuum
62923 (5000001-5999999)(1985) Blower-Vacuum
62923 (6000001-6999999)(1986) Blower-Vacuum
62923 (6000001-6999999)(1986) Blower-Vacuum
03104 (4000001-4999999)(1974) Lawn Tractor
03104 (5000001-5999999)(1975) Lawn Tractor
03104 (6000001-6999999)(1976) Lawn Tractor
03104 (7000001-7999999)(1977) Lawn Tractor
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Products Compatibility

This item works with the following types of products:

  • • Blower
  • • Engine
  • • Lawn Tractor
  • • Vacuum
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Repair Instructions: Submitted by Customers Like You
2 of 2 people found this instruction helpful
Tool Type:
Engine
Parts Used:
Carburetor Diaphragm - 270026
Fuel Tank Mounting Gasket - 272409S
Repair Difficulty:
Medium
Time Spent Repairing:
30-60 minutes
Tools Used:
Screwdriver, Pliers, Socket set, Nutdriver
Weeping fuel between carb & tank and would not run very long
The time consuming part was separating the fuel tank from the still connected carb. Throttle cable, governor spring and kill switch wiring had to disconnected before tank could be removed. The gasket between the tank and carb was half gone so that problem was obvious. Just to be on the safe side, I also replaced the fuel pump diaphragm which required removing the muffler too. This was on a very old Troy Bilt rototiller that had some previous engine mods. Parts supplied were perfect.
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1 of 1 people found this instruction helpful
Tool Type:
Engine
Parts Used:
Carburetor Diaphragm - 270026
Intake Gasket - 27355S
Fuel Tank Mounting Gasket - 272409S
Air Cleaner Element - 27987S
Exhaust Muffler - 494585
Gasket- Exhaust - 692237
Repair Difficulty:
Medium
Time Spent Repairing:
1-2 hours
Tools Used:
Screwdriver, Power Drill, Socket set, Wrench Set, Adjustable Wrench, Gasket scraper, Easy-outs, 1/4-20 tap
Rototiller sat for years, caramelized gasoline throughout, muffler rusted out.
1. Remove carburetor/tank assembly.
a.disconnect throttle cable.
b.disconnect governor spring
2. Separate carburetor from tank, remove diaphragm and clean all thoroughly.
3. Make sure no old gasket material is remaining and all ports are clear/open.
4. Re-assemble diaphragm, carburetor and tank using new parts and gaskets.
5. Re-install carburetor/tank assembly on engine in reverse order as dis-assembly.
Muffler installation:
1. Flatten retaining tabs with a cold chisel or screwdriver and unbolt old muffler.
Note: In my case one of the bolts snapped off in the block so that was another can of worms, I filed the bolt flat as best that I could, center punched it (emphasis on center!) and drilled for an easy-out. Easy-outs didn't work, too much outward force so I drilled a little bigger and tapped it out. Use the proper size drill bits and make sure drilling is straight with the block!
2. Install new muffler and gasket then curl the retaining tabs to secure the bolt heads.
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1 of 1 people found this instruction helpful
Tool Type:
Engine
Parts Used:
Fuel Tank Mounting Gasket - 272409S
Repair Difficulty:
Easy
Time Spent Repairing:
15-30 minutes
Tools Used:
Screwdriver, Nutdriver, Adjustable Wrench
Leak between carburetor and fuel tank
Removed the carburetor from the fuel tank. Cleaned off all of the old gasket and replaced with the new fuel tank gasket. Reassembled.
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1 of 1 people found this instruction helpful
Tool Type:
Engine
Parts Used:
Breather Assembly - 791779
Breather Tube Grommet - 692187
Carburetor Diaphragm - 270026
Intake Gasket - 27355S
Tube-Pick Up - 497413S
Fuel Tank Mounting Gasket - 272409S
Air Cleaner Element - 27987S
Grommet - 67608
Repair Difficulty:
Easy
Time Spent Repairing:
1-2 hours
Tools Used:
Screwdriver, Pliers, Socket set, Wrench Set, Nutdriver
Carb was clogged
Removed fuel tank
Removed carburetor.
Chemically cleaned carburetor
Reassembled with new gaskets
Poured in fresh gas and presto, new life.
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Tool Type:
Engine
Parts Used:
Air Cleaner Element - 271466
Fuel Tank Mounting Gasket - 272409S
Filter-Air Cleaner Cartridge - 396424S
Repair Difficulty:
Medium
Time Spent Repairing:
1-2 hours
Tools Used:
Screwdriver, Pliers, Socket set, Wrench Set, Gasket scraper
tiller would not stay running
Pick up tube fell off bottom of carburetor into the fuel tank. Removed fuel tank, secured the original pick up tube and reinstalled fuel tank. Not as easy as it sounds considering I did not remove carburetor because the mounting bolts were stripped. Tiller is 20years old.
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Tool Type:
Blower
Parts Used:
Fuel Tank Mounting Gasket - 272409S
Repair Difficulty:
Easy
Time Spent Repairing:
15-30 minutes
Tools Used:
Screwdriver, Permatex #2 Form A Gasket Sealant Gasket Maker
Carburetor air leak
1)Removed carburetor from fuel tank.
2) Removed old gasket.
3) Thoroughly cleaned old gasket residue off with gasket scraper.
4) Installed new gasket with #2 (non-hardening) Form A gasket Sealant and applied to clean surface.
6 Reinstalled carburetor.
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Tool Type:
Engine
Parts Used:
Rewind Starter Spring - 490179
Intake Gasket - 273113S
Carburetor Overhaul Kit - 495606
Carburetor Diaphragm - 272538S
Fuel Pick-Up Tube - 391813
Air Cleaner Element - 271466
Intake Gasket - 27355S
Screw - 94025
Fuel Tank Mounting Gasket - 272409S
Filter-Air Cleaner Cartridge - 396424S
Repair Difficulty:
Medium
Time Spent Repairing:
More than 2 hours
Tools Used:
Screwdriver, Power Drill, Socket set, Wrench Set, Scaler, welder, die grinder with a cutoff wheel, hammer
Chipper was left with ethanol fuel and rotted the bottom of the fuel tank out and left the carb full of yellow “sand”. The rewind spring was broken, the engine would not turn over, as it turned ou
Removed the fuel tank and carb cleaned the carb and installed the rebuild kit. I cut the damaged metal out of the fuel tank, cleaned the rust out of the rest of the tank with a needle scaler and welded a new bottom onto the tank. Next I pulled the blower housing off and replaced the rewind spring. After that I pulled the housing off the chipper, took the flails apart and freed them up, cleaned the mouse nest out, gave everything a coat of paint.
Now I have a good chipper that starts on the second pull that I saved from going to the dump for very little money.
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Tool Type:
Engine
Parts Used:
Fuel Tank Mounting Gasket - 272409S
Air Cleaner Element - 27987S
Grommet - 67608
Repair Difficulty:
Easy
Time Spent Repairing:
Less than 15 minutes
Tools Used:
Screwdriver
Carb gasket bad grommet had cracked foam filter needed replacing
Removed all damaged parts with standard screw driver and phillips. Reversed process, job completed
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Tool Type:
Engine
Parts Used:
Breather Tube Grommet - 692187
Breather Tube Grommet - 692189
Intake Gasket - 27355S
Fuel Tank Mounting Gasket - 272409S
Repair Difficulty:
Medium
Time Spent Repairing:
More than 2 hours
Tools Used:
Screwdriver, Pliers, Socket set, Wrench Set, Adjustable Wrench
Gas tank was full of rust.
Cleaned out the gas tank.
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Tool Type:
Lawn Mower
Parts Used:
Fuel Tank Mounting Gasket - 272409S
Repair Difficulty:
Easy
Time Spent Repairing:
30-60 minutes
Tools Used:
Screwdriver, Pliers, Socket set, Wrench Set, Nutdriver, Ratchets and and ratchet extensions
Old gas in carburetor. Stiff diaphram in carburetor
Removed carburetor from engine. ( pay attention to where springs and wire(s) are hooked up. Take pictures of assembly with your smart phone before disassembly for future reference. Cleaned carburetor with can of carb cleaner spray then soaked ithe carb in a solution of 1/2 pine sol and 1/2 water , just enough to cover the carburetor.
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    Product Information
    Manufacturer: Briggs and Stratton, Toro
    Product Number: 272409S
    Classification: Part
    Weight: 0.01 lbs.
    Shipping: Ships Worldwide
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