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Kohler K series internal parts

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01-13-2022 17:53:36

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I am rebuilding a K341 Kohler and am in need of a rebuild kit. I see many parts on many pages at different prices. Most are in the $200 to $300 range which is in general cheaper than Kohler genuine parts. I have looked at isavetractors as well as amazon and flea bay in addition to other small engine shops on line. Is there anything to look for or stay away from when searching through these kits? This will be going into a JD 216 if that makes any difference. Not planning on pulling or anything like that. This will just be a yard mower for the most part.


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01-20-2022 18:33:16

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 Re: Kohler K series internal parts in reply to Lee_K, 01-13-2022 17:53:36  
I used Kustom Lawn & garden in Minerva Oh. They did the machine work too. Priced comparable to batkids & Norman at isaves prices.

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01-18-2022 13:49:22

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 Re: Kohler K series internal parts in reply to Lee_K, 01-13-2022 17:53:36  
If you go to NAPA or CarQuest they can get kits through PrimeLine.

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01-17-2022 09:31:52

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 Re: Kohler K series internal parts in reply to Lee_K, 01-13-2022 17:53:36  
I have bought 3 overhaul kits from bakt4kids. The overhaul kits were for K301s and K321s. My Cub 1450 was overhauled 12-13 years ago and is still running great - has to have at least 400 hours on it. The 301s have gone on 125s and 129s never had an issue. Usually I replace the valves, piston, rings and rod. With only $80 to $125 in parts you get the engine honed and the crank polished by a real machine shop and you have a pretty solid engine when you are done. The rod is usually a Stens and a few of the other parts are too, just a good decent OH kit. To be honest I bet the Kohler kits probably comes from the same suppliers.

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01-19-2022 08:09:25

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 Re: Kohler K series internal parts in reply to dhermesc, 01-17-2022 09:31:52  
I used his master kit (+.030) for my K341, 3 years ago, works good, Was about $130 for piston,rings,rod,valves,and all gaskets, More now

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01-13-2022 18:10:08

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 Re: Kohler K series internal parts in reply to Lee_K, 01-13-2022 17:53:36  
I have used Isavetractors' parts in several Kohler K-series with no problems. I bought them through Ebay rather than from his website.

About 10 years ago I overhauled a Magnum 16 (M16) for a neighbor. He specified all Kohler parts. Had to have a camshaft because the compression release was worn out. The total for just the Kohler parts was over $800. I am thinking the M16 replaced the K341.

(FYI: He wore out the compression release putt-putting it around with the throttle closed.)

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