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If everything appears to be the same, my gut feeling says go for it. From the manufacturing side, you try to see how places you can use an assembly or part before you need something use. It helps keeping costs down.

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I do not believe they will work. I have looked at this type of thing myself, and as I recall, the orientation is not correct with the cam driven lever. You can certainly try, but again, as I recall, they will not swap out.

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powerking_one
I agree with Brettw, They are different pumps with different cam levers. I just went through this with my brothers 7117 and he had some K301,321, etc pumps; totally different. Tom (PK)

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Actually, with a full tank of fuel, it just might run on gravity. I would pull the top of the pump first however, and see if it is something you can repair. You can pull the top without taking a bunch of the shroud and other stuff off. If the rubber diaphram is good, it is likely stuck or corroded check valves. If you can clean up the check valves and get them functioning, you may be able to get the pump working again. If not, you can pull the check valves and it will likley run on a full tank, down to whatever the level is (maybe half?) that is level with the float bowl. Then gravity will cease to help you. Other option would be an electric fuel pump, but I am not sure that will, in the long run, be any cheaper than a new correct Kohler Pump (ouch).

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osenga
Nope the K series wont work the flapper is set wrong he is going to buy a pump this week . We feed gas into carb and it ran great doing this but he just wanted to save a few bucks but of well . And thanks for all you input .without you guys I would be lost most of the time but I'm always wanting to see how much I can learn

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