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Kohler K662 Question

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Datac
The Power Plant in the previous message is powered by a Kohler K662. It is a twin (2) cylinder engine. Why isn't it designated as a KT662..? Is it different than the KT series..? http://home.att.net/~herb.niewender/plant.jpg

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Hi Dutch, Yes it is different than a KT. Can't tell you how different, tho. See the link below for a listing of manuals. Apparantly it's the papa of the KT. bobjack[A href='http://www.perr.com/kohstore.html']http://www.perr.com/kohstore.html[/a]

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Al
Hi, This engine is in the K532, 582 and 662 family. It preceeded the KT series and is a very expensive engine. It lists in the $2600 to $3000 range depending on the spec. It is nearly dead due to the emissions restrictions. It is larger and heavier than the KTs. It is a cast iron block with integral cylinders. Were used in skid loaders, industrial equipment, generators and the K532 in the John Deere 400s. Al E.

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