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I have a 16 Magnum that will not fit a engine mount on a C 165.

Can I swap oil pans with a k341 that is in the C 165.

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You could swap oil pans  If teh magnum has the low oil switch you will lose that functionality and you may have to use some JB weld to block off a notch in the magnum block.  But it might be easier to do away with the isolation (cradle) mounting plate and bolt the engine directly to the frame.(Does you magnum have 2 threaded holes in the bottom of the pan on the PTO side?)  You would have to get a lower PTO mounting bracket, but that would be easy from several vendors here.

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Can not read the serial - spec  number on the M 16. Does not appear to have an oils switch and from your pics it looks doable. 

The K341 was run with a loose head gasket and now smokes a bit . Have not removed head for inspection , may be valve guides as it runs good with no loss of power.

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Make sure you measure the oil dipper...I seem to recall some engines had to use shorter dippers to clear the oil pan but I am not sure about that

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10 hours ago, Ffarmer said:

I have a 16 Magnum that will not fit a engine mount on a C 165.

Can I swap oil pans with a k341 that is in the C 165.

 

Can I ask just where in the frekin' world you came up with a M16? I want it, now! 

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I thought you and others would understand what I meant, but now that you are off topic my preference is a M14.

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Bought it in Tidewater , Va........... everything  has a price. 

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I am not 30 miles from San Francisco , and on selling not really , want to put it on my C 165.

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