Hi there, I am new here and someone from the forum referred you to me. I am looking for a k341 16Hp Tecumseh and or an 16Hp "M" series Kohler ( i would perfer the Kohler) quality replacement engine. it doesn't have to look pretty , just strong enough to get the job done.
I am looking to put this on a 1 0375 Horse
I thank you for any help that you could offer,
Hi all, I am new here and I am wondering if anyone could help me out. I have an old Horse CA-120 special model # 133619 in excellent physical shape with a dead engine. Is there a modern engine that I could use as a replacement for this model? I would love to get this old girl running again before the nasty winter weather sets in.
Tecumseh engine #'s
commercial duty 12Hp
Thanks in advance for any help you could offer.
By WS MCKELVY
My name is Bill, and I am new to this forum. About 10 years ago I bought a 269H and it has faithfully performed all the tasks asked of it. The other day I checked the and topped off the oil, and proceed to start cutting the lawn. About 15 minutes in I heard a loud noise followed by an evil vibration. Thinking it was something with the deck I shut off the PTO. Unfortunately the noise and the vibration did not go away. I shut off the tractor and pushed it back to the garage. I checked to oil again and found it to be half gone. After topping it off again I started it up, but the vibration and ugly noises were still there. I am 90% sure the engine is shot.
I have been trying to find a replacement for the Kohler CV19s-6553. I am not having a lot of luck. The closest I have come is a CV620. Does anyone know if this will work, or of any other models I might want to look at. I live in maryland and have thought about getting it rebuilt. Any and all help will be appreciated.
My 857 had a K271 that had been installed by the PO. The engine threw the rod and damaged the cylinder. I was able to get a new Kohler CH270 for a replacement. I didn't feel at all bad about this as the K271 wasn't original anyway. Here is the problem, the existing holes don't come anywhere close to matchcing up. If all else fails I will make an adapter plate but I figured I had better ask if there is an easier solution, like a premade adapter of some kind?
The holes are 79.99mm (3.149") apart in the width and in the fore/aft they are 162.00mm (6.378")