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Has anyone installed a Kohler Command Pro 14 engine into a Simplicity or Allis Chalmers?  I was wondering if the height from center of crank to base was the same as the Kohler K321?  Will holes in tractor accommodate the base mounting holes in the engine?  Also will the adaptor for the Command twin cylinder engines work on the Command Pro 14?  Any information you can provide will be greatly appreciated.  Thanks.

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You can go on line at Kohler and pick up the information also.  The K321 is 6.125" (155.7) base to CL of crankshaft.  The base bolt holes are 6.25 cl front to back and 4.91 center to right and 5.72 center to left bolt hole.

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8 hours ago, bigdog46 said:

I sent a request to join the group in my wife's name (Rita Bowman) since I am not on Facebook.  Can you get me into the group?  Thanks. Gary Bowman


No, unfortunately I can't.

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