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Old 11-26-2009, 12:04 AM
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Originally Posted by DT Lawn Care View Post
You can get a brand new one for $500 where? Seriously, that would be killer info.

When swapping motors, the main thing is the crank length and diameter. Also check the wiring and throttle/choke cables, see if they are the same or seperate etc. I'm pretty sure if the manual calls for the Kohler, it is the same crank and bolt pattern. Good Luck

Edit, if the clutch is the same, they are definitely the same crank size.
It's a buddy of mine who has the engine not a store or anything or I would kindly pass on the info. How would I go about checking the wiring w/o the engines being side by side-Thanks
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