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Kohler command opinions

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08-11-2017 04:30:02

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How does a command stack up against the of k series? Does it have any weak links? Just looking for opinions or experience.

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08-20-2017 21:31:25

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 Re: Kohler command opinions in reply to Jr1983, 08-11-2017 04:30:02  
I have both Command on sawmill & K in Gravely, No problem with either. On the Command series I've noted that from Approx 13hp to 18 hp they all have same bore & stroke,no one has been able to advise what parts are different to change HP. (I have 13HP on sawmill & would like more HP) When I checked cams,carbs, head gaskets all were same part number.

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08-12-2017 10:45:23

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 Re: Kohler command opinions in reply to Jr1983, 08-11-2017 04:30:02  
Both are great engines and, with proper maintenance, will run forever.

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08-11-2017 19:12:13

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 Re: Kohler command opinions in reply to Jr1983, 08-11-2017 04:30:02  
The Kohler Command engines have been around a long time. At least 20 years. I think of them as one of the toughest air cooled engines you can get for power equipment these days. I have seen several with well over 2000 hours on them and still going.

Like all engines, they do require regular maintenance. Most valve trouble I have seen is due to either debris packed in the fins or escessively lean fuel mixture.

You can't get the smaller single cylinder Command engines any more. I think 18 hp. is about the smallest offered.

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08-11-2017 13:58:52

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 Re: Kohler command opinions in reply to Jr1983, 08-11-2017 04:30:02  
Apples and oranges,both good.Ks are cheaper to overhaul using aftermarket parts and good lowend torque....$.02

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