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I just added a Drive Shaft Reference post in Tech Tips & Articles: http://www.simpletractors.com/club2/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=119807 Please add other info to it.

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Originally posted by Brettw
Good post. Thanks, Bill I think the K301 and 321 were the same as the Briggs 16
I am going to replace (One day) the K301S in my 7112H with a Briggs 16 and it looks like the Briggs will bolt right up. Here are pictures of the shaft on my 3416H and 7112H. The only problem is the 7112H frame has a cutout for an oil drain on the right (unused) The K301 has the plug on the bottom

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