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caseanonymous

02-11-2013 06:32:39




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Thanks for reading first! I have a 224 that needs an engine and I know where I can get a K241 out of a simplicity. I know its only ten hp but the question is do the kohler engines from cub/simplicity/john deere/etc. work for a case? Do they have the front shaft too? The other tractor is not close by so I cannot look at it handy so I thought I'd ask first. Maybe the engines for case were custom made. Thanks for any info you guys might have.

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JimEvans

02-12-2013 16:24:10




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 Re: 1370rod/casenutty/other LGT guys in reply to caseanonymous, 02-11-2013 06:32:39  
I overhauled the 14 HP in my 444. The aftermarket kit from ebay included new piston, valves, rod and everything else for $100. Cost me another $100 to bore the cylinder and turn the crank. So I got a "new" engine for $250 or so.



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1031D

02-11-2013 20:42:17




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 Re: 1370rod/casenutty/other LGT guys in reply to caseanonymous, 02-11-2013 06:32:39  
I don't know if I'd part the old girl out. For about $300 you can have it bored out and get a new piston and back together running like new! The governor might just be the spring stretching with age. They're simple and cheap engines to work on.



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caseanonymous

02-12-2013 05:43:26




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 Re: 1370rod/casenutty/other LGT guys in reply to 1031D, 02-11-2013 20:42:17  
Well maybe I will then. I think the internals of the gov are messed up but it would be coming apart anyway. Thanks



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1370rod

02-12-2013 05:28:47




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 Re: 1370rod/casenutty/other LGT guys in reply to 1031D, 02-11-2013 20:42:17  
Agree, the Kohlers or good ole engines, rebuild and it will keep you happy for a long time.



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1031D

02-11-2013 07:23:50




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 Re: 1370rod/casenutty/other LGT guys in reply to caseanonymous, 02-11-2013 06:32:39  
The Simplicity engine will fit if you switch your oil pan, crankshaft, connecting rod and flywheel. They use a shallow oil pan which means a short rod dipper. What is wrong with the engine that was in your tractor? Find some that are close with tapped flywheel and cut a crankshaft off you need to have that short oil pan or the hood won't close.



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Case Nutty 1660

02-11-2013 06:56:22




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 Re: 1370rod/casenutty/other LGT guys in reply to caseanonymous, 02-11-2013 06:32:39  
you need to compare the spec #'s to see if the one you are looking at has the same shaft size throttle linkage ect to be sure it would fit, the pto clutch on a Case tractor is a bolt on piece but I would be more concerened if the rear crankshaft is the same and I am not sure what you will use it for but a 10hp is weak compared tot he 14hp unit, can yours be overhauled or is the block junk? the Kolhers when boared do live a long life and are worth repairing in my mind if possible cnt

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caseanonymous

02-11-2013 09:12:16




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 Re: 1370rod/casenutty/other LGT guys in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 02-11-2013 06:56:22  
Thanks for quick response. My engine is using alot of oil and the governor is now giving issues its just time for a rebuild. This tractor is well used and I got it for free from a guy who just wanted to get rid of it. It is in pretty rough shape I was thinking if it was an easy fit I'd do it or else probably just part it out to keep my other ones moving and mowing etc. I totally agree its worth rebuilding too this was just a little different deal here. P.S will a sleeve hitch from a 446 fit a 224?

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Case Nutty 1660

02-11-2013 09:24:12




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 Re: 1370rod/casenutty/other LGT guys in reply to caseanonymous, 02-11-2013 09:12:16  
no the 200 series are a shorter hitch due to the tire heights



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