Cub Cadet 1440 Tiller Category

Original Model: Briggs 14hp Vanguard 294447-0445

You will need to use the drive adapter and muffler off of your original engine. You may have to use the oil filter bracket as well and the wiring may be slightly different. You may also have to use other minor parts off of your current engine. If you use the 356447 engine, you can remove the regulator and use your current one if yours has the 16 amp charging system on it. Also the flywheel fan and blower housing is 1-3/8" thicker on this engine than the 294447 series. If this is a problem for you, the parts off of your original engine would work on it.

Parts List

5 Products

Engines

356447-0080

18hp Vanguard Horizontal 1"x2 29/32" Keyed Shaft, Electric Start, Key Switch, Throttle Lever, Briggs & Stratton Engine (replaces 356447-3079)

$1,149.00

In Stock:95

356447-0657

18hp Vanguard Horizontal 1"x2-29/32" Keyed Shaft, Recoil & Electric Start, Key Switch, Remote Throttle, Muffler, Briggs & Stratton Engine

$1,199.00

In Stock:5

356447-1266

18hp Vanguard Horizontal 1"x2-29/32" Keyed Shaft, Recoil & Electric Start, 20 Amp Alternator, Key Switch, Remote Throttle, Muffler, Briggs & Stratton Engine

$1,199.00

In Stock:13

356447-1239

18hp Vanguard Horizontal 1"x2-29/32" Keyed Shaft, 1"x1-7/8" Stub Shaft on Flywheel Side, Electric Start, 20 Amp Alternator, Briggs & Stratton Engine

$1,249.00

In Stock:37

356447-0303

18hp Vanguard Horizontal 1"x2 29/32" Keyed Shaft, Recoil + Electric Start, 15 Amp Alternator, Briggs & Stratton Engine

$1,149.00

In Stock:9

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General Disclaimer

While we may have sold many engines listed above to be used for a Cub Cadet 1440 Tiller Category, we are NOT claiming these are exact replacements unless the product notes explicitly say so. Many original equipment engines may no longer be in production because of obsolescence or EPA regulations, so in some cases there may not be an exact replacement available. Our intention here is to show that other customers have utilized these in the equipment shown, but may have had to make some modifications to do so. If we know of any required changes, we will list those, however, some adapting during installation should be expected.