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Re: ID Kohler Engine

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04-03-2014 15:45:21

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I overhauled a Kohler Magnum 16 in a later Wheel horse. (416-8) It had bolts up from the bottom into the oil pan on the side that overlaped the frame.

Also, I don"t think 1067 is a good model number if you need chassis parts. There should be another tag under the seat.

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04-04-2014 11:01:17

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 Re: ID Kohler Engine in reply to t.r.k., 04-03-2014 15:45:21  
The tabs on the left side of the block bolt to the frame like they should. The block hangs off the frame on the right side, The rear bolt goes down through a second hole nearer the block and the tab is not used. The front bolt goes down through the tab and a piece of angle iron welded outside the frame. The inner hole appears to bolt the block to the sump. Have not climbed under yet to see. The plate under the riser says T1067 & ser# 378865, but Toro sez 378865 is no good for a serial. I had the seat up but do nor remember seeing any tag. It's raining out and dreary and I'm afraid of melting so I won't look today. Thanks! joe fabregas

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