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Kohler KT17s

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Chip

06-13-2000 09:31:00
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I have a Ariens Mod#931019 with a Kohler KT17s
spec. motor. Well you know the story large hole in the side of the motor.I want to replace this motor does anyone know the best replacement motor for this . Does anyone know if a larger motor can be installed on this tractor ie. 20-22hp.




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Phil Miller

06-26-2000 18:32:53
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 Re: Kohler KT17s in reply to Chip, 06-13-2000 09:31:00  
Chip; I too thought long and hard on replacing a Kohler KT17s. I put mine in a 782 Cub Cadet. Now that it is over, I have no regrets. I shopped around and got prices from $1,800.00 to $2,300.00 for a complete new engine. Darn near threw in the towel until I found a NEW complete KT17s in Fargo ND for $1,400.00. If you are still in search, let me know and I can get you the particulars if you should chose to order one. Can't imagine the freight would be that much!

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John

06-18-2000 17:22:49
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 Re: Kohler KT17s in reply to Chip, 06-13-2000 09:31:00  
Second reply to this, just got my Series II started and in use great so far i also got the optional filter, installed easily started easy so far so good. my advice go for the series II every thing fit perfect.



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Pete in ks

06-14-2000 11:08:07
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 Re: Kohler KT17s in reply to Chip, 06-13-2000 09:31:00  
You can go to the 22hp that is on the new Grand Sierra which is the same frame you have now.They haven't changed it. I have seen several with the KT19 in them or you can replace with a KT17 series II.



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Jim S.

06-14-2000 05:32:13
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 Re: Kohler KT17s in reply to Chip, 06-13-2000 09:31:00  
The Series II K17S has a pressurized oil system and an optional oil filter. It is a completely different matter than the Series I, which did not have a pressurized oil delivery system. The Series II is a much more reliable engine. In fact, as problems with the Series I began to crop up, Kohler itself told mechanics to avoid rebuilding the Series I as they came in and to replace them with the Series II instead.

Use it as yer replacement and get the optional filter if you can.

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John

06-13-2000 18:07:53
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 Re: Kohler KT17s in reply to Chip, 06-13-2000 09:31:00  
Hi just finished installing a Series 2 KT17S in my 782 cub that had an air conditioned block also, thought long and hard about it and bought a new Kohler haven't even started it yet(it came without the optional oil filter adapter so i'm waiting for one from Kohler (about $40.) i'm not going to start it until i get a filter on it)so i can't tell you how it runs but i can tell you it was simple to put in and so far i think it's the way to go. bought the motor online (better price than Northern) Will let you know how it runs later. John

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Rick

06-18-2000 14:42:38
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 Re: Re: Kohler KT17s in reply to John, 06-13-2000 18:07:53  
Just installed a series II in my 1711 cub. I also purchased the optional oil filter. This engine runs great and was very easy to install. The replacement comes complete and ready to go. My advice, replace with a series II.



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Bob

06-05-2002 16:57:52
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 Re: Re: Re: Kohler KT17s in reply to Rick, 06-18-2000 14:42:38  
Will a series II work fine in an Ariens tractor that originally came with a kt17s 24317?

I've found different spec. #s for cub cadet and john deere kt17s engines.

how much is a series II?



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Seth McCarus

03-30-2004 07:10:55
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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Kohler KT17s in reply to Bob, 06-05-2002 16:57:52  
A 24317 KT17 is a Series II - according to www.weekendfreedommachines.org at least. Anything over 24300 is Series II.



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