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Kohler ID

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atlarge54

03-03-2019 17:13:24




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Purchased at a garage sale last summer, no ID tag anywhere. Other than it being a K series Kohler and having 1" output shaft. Any ideas on original application? Probably have to remove head and measure bore and stroke. [/img][/img]




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Don B.

03-19-2019 15:21:10




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 Re: Kohler ID in reply to atlarge54, 03-03-2019 17:13:24  
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I have several K series, 1-1/8" seems most popular for any other application besides IH Cub cadet.



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steve_in_mo

03-07-2019 20:31:34




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 Re: Kohler ID in reply to atlarge54, 03-03-2019 17:13:24  
The model designation and spec number were originally printed on a decal on the blower housing.
K series engines also have the model number of the block cast into the block above the PTO. However - a K301 casting might be a K301 engine or might have been bored as a K241. The one inch PTO means it was most likely built for a John Deere garden tractor. IH and Wheel Horse used a bigger shaft.



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DR. EVIL

03-09-2019 07:57:35




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 Re: Kohler ID in reply to steve_in_mo, 03-07-2019 20:31:34  
STEVE - Cub Cadets used 1 inch crankshaft on ALL their Kohler engines. I've been around them since 1963.



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steve_in_mo

03-09-2019 17:03:13




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 Re: Kohler ID in reply to DR. EVIL, 03-09-2019 07:57:35  
I did not know that. Thanks!



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DR. EVIL

03-05-2019 18:15:55




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 Re: Kohler ID in reply to atlarge54, 03-03-2019 17:13:24  
Single cylinder air cooled Kohlers were available in 7 and 8 hp, and have 7 head bolts. 10, 12, & 14 hp engines have 9 head bolts. The 10 hp has a flat bottom oil pan, 12 & 14 have a deep sump. 16 hp engines have 10 head bolts and a sump also.


All single cylinder Kohler engines used in IH Cub Cadets had 1 inch output shafts. Not sure what other companies used but suspect most used 1 inch also.

Keep trying to post a picture. Best way to say what you have. Even if you could tell us what color it's painted would help.

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atlarge54

03-03-2019 17:21:01




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 Re: Kohler ID in reply to atlarge54, 03-03-2019 17:13:24  
Seems like every time I try to load photos on this site something goes wrong. Won't allow me to delete post either. Sorry.



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atlarge54

03-03-2019 17:16:37




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atlarge54

03-03-2019 17:15:04




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