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Old 11-19-2020, 10:28 PM
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Default Need Kohler M18 or 20 Magnum governor linkage rod

I need the crooked appx. 4" or 5" long wire/rod that connects the governor arm and the throttle. It's about the size of a cloths hanger. PM me if you can help. I believe it's Kohler p/n KH-82-755-07. Thanks.
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I clicked on "add to cart" on the link but nothing happened.
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The link works for me, rather expensive piece of wire.
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It's in the box I'm sending you Dave, I found one! So don't go ordering one now...
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Great, I had a gut feeling you had one somewhere.
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The link works for me, rather expensive piece of wire.
Yes, it is a rather expensive small section of coat hanger isn't it? Too bad there's not a strong market for them because a good profit could be made off of them bur being an obsolete engine there's not much demand for them. Now if I had a Command engine in this thing I would have something!
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Your box went out yesterday, you should receive it wednesday or thursday.
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