As tom said stators were avail in several different amp outputs on the K series eng,10A,15A & 25A,the 10A was standard on most eng,unless specified different by equip mfg,the different pn for reg is due to current rating of each & also due to the fact the ac output voltage on 10A stator was different from 15/25A reg,10A stator the ac output is slighty over 20V,on 15/25A stator min output is 28V ac,the internal circuits of reg are slightly different,the 15/25A reg might/might not work on a 10A stator.Best you can hope for is id by ac voltage output or possibly finding a pn on stator.
Re: Kohler K series in reply to joe csuti, 08-15-2012 16:56:54
I am not disagreeing with what Joe said but the link I gave you should be of great help because the various stators are depicted very accurately. Look at those pictorials carefully. There are distinct differences in the construction of each amperage and you should be able to match your stator to one of them.
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