i am working with a 1961 Cub Cadet Original with a Kohler K161 (small bore) the k161 had a small bore (2.875) (prior to a certain spec# which mine falls under) and a large bore(2.938) mine is the small bore and is egg shaped, so a rebore is neccasary, i was told you cant get the K161 small bore piston /rings/.010 over /rod .010 under anymore so you have to bore to a k181 std.which is 2.938. i do have a good source for parts,i am going to do all valves, deck,head, etc. on brian miller garden tractor tips site, he stated that a k141 will need to be bored to a 2.938 because the oversize piston and rings are not available, so i would think a k161 is do-able on the boring to a 2.938. is that correct?
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