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Old 09-10-2017, 09:59 AM
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Does the one in the third pic on the left have the 1211 in it?
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Of course it does not.
But it has a nice picture of a 1914 in it.
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Of course it does not.
But it has a nice picture of a 1914 in it.
I almost got a 1914 last year but the guy selling it was planning to keep the dual hydraulics and still wanted top buck for it.
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Once again, Lew finds great stuff for little monies.

As always, nice finds!
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Once again, Lew finds great stuff for little monies.

As always, nice finds!
Yes they were giving the stuff away.

This came home too for 40.00.
Looks like a Wheel Horse RJ58 with some p.o. mods, these did not come with electric starters. Not sure if it is a 6 or 12 volt starter, as I see no label on it.
You pull up on the short handle to tighten the belt then it hits a switch to engage the starter. There is no charging system.

Looks like a home made blade also.

It turns over by hand, gas tank is clean, so it should take much to get the ol' Kohler running.
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Most starters will handle both 6 and 12v, you wont hurt it.
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Tim, It is a starter generator. I forgot to mention that.
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$40 dolla, you paid $40 for that? They have a name for that. But I'll pass, and just say you got SUPER Lew deal...
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Most starters will handle both 6 and 12v, you wont hurt it.
Kind of.... You can give a starter more volts than it's "rated" for. But it will get hot a lot faster. You can burn them up. Just can't crank on them as long when you double the voltage... but you can use double the volts on them. You can give a 12V starter 24V too. Again... just can't crank very long on it.


S/G: I suppose the starter side would work, but it won't generate ~12V if it's a ~6V.


The WH is the wrong color isn't it... should be red.
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I worked on getting this to run, cleaned the carburetor, and worked on the sticky governor.
Got it to run , no smoke, but I need to work on the sticky governor and throttle cable.

Here is a vid .
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