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18 hp briggs will run for a little while then die. Checked coil and new gas

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Clean carb really good

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Hi,
It's possible that you have condensation built up in your carburator. Tiny droplets can deny gas to the cylinders. Since you put in new gas and I assume you are getting spark, drop the bowl on the carburator and check for this culprit. Could be a quick fix.
Hope this helps... Good luck!

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