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I'm in the same boat for my 1972 Sub. 15, the hood has rubbed most of the gas cap away over the years. Would like a source for the fuel cap with the level gauge in the top also!

Found this, but it's just a metal cap and not sure it will fit the tank in the Suburban:

Part# 181 Briggs and Stratton 791545 (replaces 69221)
Cap-Fuel Tank Metal (1-3/4" O.d. Top) Your price: $6.90
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http://www.partstree.com/parts/?lc=briggs_and_stratton&mn=325431-0139-99&dn=6114003AK
 

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You could put an electric gas gauge on, Like I did with my Roper!! LOL :trink40:

Yeah I tried getting one for my Super 12, But they said it had to be special ordered. There's not very many tractors that still use the 1 1/2'' filler neck.
I believe all sears steel gas tanks are 5 1/2'' deep. You can still get them, They just don't keep stuff on the shelfs anymore. I see them pop up on ebay once in a while. - Brad
 

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My metal tank needed a cap too. Its 1.5" and i got one from the Tecumseh display at the small engine shop. I dont like the red color, but it holds the gas in.
 
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