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#16 glgrumpy ONLINE  

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Posted December 07, 2015 - 05:25 PM

Bill, besides it would have been a 1614. Tire size first, hpower second. Think this might be collection of some non-orig parts, but have been on it a long time. PK's keep you guessing and wondering!


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Posted December 08, 2015 - 01:37 PM

According to the engine shroud tag, it is a 14hp k321. I found one spot where the serial number "was". The only thing I can read on the dash decal is "serial #". I haven't found anything else showing the number. The fuel system is a little rigged. Not real sure why there is even a fuel pump considering the tank is on top of the engine. Im guessing it was already on this engine to start and they just left it. Working on making some space in the shop for it. Then I'll be able to pull the carb and start getting things straightened out. My son has deemed this the puller for the firewood trailer this winter. I have a set of 8-16 turfs with chains I'm going to put on the back. Anyone know a good source for some 5 bolt hubs for the front. I have a set of 4-12 fronts that would look nice on it. Figured the 8-16's are going to lift the rear compared to the 7-16's that are on it now.

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Posted December 08, 2015 - 06:49 PM

Hi dropped82, I installed these on my 1614 PK

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Got them here:

http://recstuff.com/...-wheels/12-inch


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Posted December 09, 2015 - 08:57 AM

look at tag sideways? in semi-dark area and a light a distance away. You'll be looking for a ghost of the serial number. Not sure if it is an actual dent in tag from printer, or just an area that shines diff than rest of tag.  Play with a flashlight or other bright lite, move it around and diff angles, might show up or at least part of it.


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