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GWGAllisfan

Couple of 7100 series/Kohler questions

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GWGAllisfan
Question 1 I have a K-341 in place of the K-301 that came in my 7112. The K-341 doesn’t have an easily accessible oil dipstick and the block isn’t tapped and drilled for one on the right side as usual. The old K-301 that was one the tractor had an oil dipstick that was part of the cam cover, on the left side. Has anyone else seen one like this and does anyone know what part number for that cover might be so I can convert this engine to the easier to read oil dipstick? Question 2 I have a early model Tiller like was used on the B series Allis tractors. It uses a separate speed reducing clutch at the back of the tractor. I was wondering what it would take to use this on a later RBT like my AC712, or my 7112. I don’t know the actual pulley sizes in question, but it seems like just running a long belt from the cone clutch wouldn’t work as the Tiller RPM would be too high. Has any one looked into this, or know what it takes?

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HubbardRA
Part number 237623 is the cam cover with the dipstick mount. This number is the same for both the K301 and K341. They have several length tubes that mount to the cover and corresponding dipsticks to go with the tubes. Go to Kohlerengines.com and download the parts manual for the K301. I just downloaded the users manual, service manual, and parts manual, since I have several K301 engines and a couple K321s.

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