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Re: ID Kohler Engine

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Tom Arnold

04-03-2014 09:11:23
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Sounds to me like you have a K-Series engine. Go to Kohler's website. Use the link below

Go to Section 3 Page 5 and you will that there are three engines with the 9 bolt pattern. K241, K301 and K 321. They are 10, 12 and 14 HP respectively.

In order to tell the difference, you would need to remove the head and measure the bore and stroke so you can compare it to the chart in that manual.

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steve_in_mo

04-03-2014 09:58:47
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 Re: ID Kohler Engine in reply to Tom Arnold, 04-03-2014 09:11:23  
You could remove off the pulley on the PTO end of the crankshaft and look at the number cast into the block. If it says K301, it could still be a K241.



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joe fabregas

04-03-2014 13:12:55
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 Re: ID Kohler Engine in reply to steve_in_mo, 04-03-2014 09:58:47  
I seem to have poor success removing cast iron pulleys and wheel hubs. Better I let this dog sleep before I break something else. Thanks!
joe fabregas



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04-03-2014 20:18:49
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 Re: ID Kohler Engine in reply to joe fabregas, 04-03-2014 13:12:55  
Clean the pulley grooves and both ends thoroughly and check for set screws before applying the puller.



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joe fabregas

04-03-2014 09:45:05
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 Re: ID Kohler Engine in reply to Tom Arnold, 04-03-2014 09:11:23  
Thanks, Tom!



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