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I've seen many KT17's and KT19's. Series I's and Series II's. Only one of which was running, the rest had broken rods or worse. That being said, I've seen many guys on here praise them, just stating my observation. Also not too keen on the idea of a engine block that is made in 2 pieces.

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Ronald Hribar
If it is series one be careful mowing on side hills . Keep fins clean, they like to fill up with deris under shrouds and under flywheel. They are expensive to fix, parts are almost none existent.THEY ARE QUIET. Put a fuel shut off in fuel line. Change oil often, check oil with every use. When it blows put in one of Al's kits or a Cast Iron 16 hp Briggs

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