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    Default Power King Engine Removal

    I need to pull the Engine on my Power King 1614 and need some advise on the best way to separate the engine from the clutch/transmission. None of the manuals that I have been able to find do not mention this subject. Any suggestions would be appreciated.

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    Default Re: Power King Engine Removal

    Is this one of the older ones with a Kohler engine? Should be pretty simple.

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    Default Re: Power King Engine Removal

    Quote Originally Posted by oliver28472 View Post
    Is this one of the older ones with a Kohler engine? Should be pretty simple.

    I sent you a private message. Click on the envelope above.

    Thanks for your interest and yes my machine has a Kohler 14 hp K321s engine. It is one of the older ones Ser# 47133

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    Default Re: Power King Engine Removal

    I saw one for sale today with equipment and extra tires near Salisbury, NC.

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    Default Re: Power King Engine Removal

    To close out this thread I wanted to report that the advice to separate the engine by removing the eight bolts between the clutch housing and the clutch pedal housing was the thing to do. With the help of a hoist the engine came away very easily.

    As an aside, my tractor has a bucket which was in the way most of the time but after hoisting the engine I placed a piece of plywood across the arms of the bucket and had myself a work bench.

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