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Old 01-14-2023, 12:24 PM
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I cleaned the new replacement dipstick and painted the visible end Cub Cadet yellow. The end of the original dipstick broke off presumably years ago.

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I think red would have been a better color. You are missing the spark plug seal IH-117160
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Good eye. That part is on order.

For posterity, KH 47 313 01-S is the Kohler part number for the spark plug seal.
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I think red would have been a better color. You are missing the spark plug seal IH-117160
I paint mine black, either flat or semi-gloss. Best match to original.

But 1711 makes his look like a Command, which is fine too.
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Refinished both front wheels
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You can put the Cyclops bearing caps on those, all you need is the large washer if you are so inclined to do so.
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You are missing the spark plug seal IH-117160
NOS Kohler seal 47 313 01-S:



New deck wheels:

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Refinished both front wheels
Look great, what paint did you use?
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When I repainted the front wheels on my 1810 I went white on the outside and black on the inside. Not OEM, but the inside was usually stained with dead grass and excess grease from the steering knuckle anyway.
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