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Posted January 05, 2011 - 07:44 PM

Here is a site full of valuable info on Kohler K singles, tractor pulling mods, & more. Brian Miller is most knowledgeable of the Kohler K series engines.

Welcome to Brian Miller's Garden Tractor Pulling Tips & Tricks!
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Posted January 05, 2011 - 08:41 PM

Brian helped me with parts for my Carb. I'm happy with the parts, and the service I received in general.

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Posted June 13, 2011 - 09:31 PM

Quick Question for Anyone who might know.... What e3 Sparkplug should I use in a Kohler Flathead Twin?? It currently has Bosch Plugs, but the only info on them is "Bosch" and "R6" which is not a complete Bosch Number, so the Crossover lists won't work....... I'm thinking the e3 model 3-22 might be a match, but I'm not real sure.... Thanks.

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Posted June 14, 2011 - 02:56 PM

I wish I could help ya but I don't know what it would cross over to either. There are no other numbers on the Bosch plugs?
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Posted June 14, 2011 - 05:59 PM

Quick Question for Anyone who might know.... What e3 Sparkplug should I use in a Kohler Flathead Twin?? It currently has Bosch Plugs, but the only info on them is "Bosch" and "R6" which is not a complete Bosch Number, so the Crossover lists won't work....... I'm thinking the e3 model 3-22 might be a match, but I'm not real sure.... Thanks.


Go here for a complete chart for Kohler engines & their appropriate spark plugs: Kohler Genuine Parts - Kohler Engines - Service Information

I will add this chart as a sticky post also.
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Posted June 15, 2011 - 04:01 PM

Gentlemen, Thank You. I went back to the Plug again. It has "FR9DC -india" Stamped into the Metal where the Wrench fits to install/remove it. I then went to Bosch's website and found the Chart which explained the application that the number represented. Next stop was the e3 Spark Plugs website. Their Lawn and Garden crossmatch list shows that an e3 Plug "E3.20" is their equivilent for the Bosch Plug. My next Pull is on July 2nd here in Maryland, and I expect to be running the e3 Plugs by then.......




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