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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,

 

Eric

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Done. Thank You:)

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A-Z Tractor

I have some K341 engines here but not one that has been test ran. I could check into the ones that I have and see if any of them run they are still in the tractors. A good running K341 sells for $500. If you are interested in purchasing one let me know by emailing me at aztractor255@gmail.com or you can call me at 1-717-821-2542

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