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  • Unknown Engine

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      Price: $75
      Location: New Carlisle, In.
      Contact: 574 220 4884 text

    Have a older Wheel Horse engine, Maybe early 1960's, No name or markings, Think it might be a Kohler, This is a larger engine, It does not have a lot of compression but I was told it ran when it was removed a lot of years ago. Stored in basement. I HAVE NO OTHER PARTS FOR THIS ENGINE, WHAT YOU SEE IS WHAT YOU GET!      DOES NOT INCLUDE WHEEL WEIGHTS!!

    I will NOT ship this, you will have to pick it up or arrange shipping. It is in New Carlisle, IN. (10 miles west of South Bend, IN.) 

    $75 cash






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    Yup definitely a 10 to 14 hp K241,K301 or K321 Kohler.

    It has 9 head bolts.

    Not a 16 hp K341 it has 10 head bolts.

    Good luck with your sale.

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    Thats definitely is a kohler  but 

    looks like a small block. K181

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