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Old 05-02-2021, 06:53 AM
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According to Kohler, the Carb Repair Kit for the (#62509) engine is: #24-757-03-S.

It can be had at you local CC or Kohler Dealers, or at our sponsors listed above.
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Congrats on your purchase. Post some pics.

My 1864 143-684-100 seems to be just a little older than yours but has the same model and spec on the Kohler.



Hard to beat that price for a plug and play unit and confirmation it worked great right out of the box. Cheap enough to have a spare on the shelf!
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I was looking at that carb in the link and the most sellers had bad reviews on carbs and other stuff in the recent months. One seller in Ky. is the only one I might take a chance on if cleaning it out does not work.

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Old 05-02-2021, 09:47 AM
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According to Kohler, the Carb Repair Kit for the (#62509) engine is: #24-757-03-S.

It can be had at you local CC or Kohler Dealers, or at our sponsors listed above.
Thanks for the part #

I got a cheap gasket and screw kit off e bay.

I will try that.
I will check the sponsors for other parts.

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Looks like a nice solid 1864. Good luck on the kit, keep us posted on your progress.

Always better to try to rebuild the original stuff but nothing wrong with a cheap aftermarket piece if it's plug and play and works. That's always a gamble tho'

You could install one of the cheap carbs while you are rebuilding and let us know what you think.
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Those cheap carbs seem to be " hit or miss," if they are going to work. I recently put 2 on small engines. One carb worked fine. Another one I bought, I had to work on some, before it functioned. Still , cheap enough.
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I guess you get what you pay for and sometimes you get lucky. I would probably buy a carb and cross my fingers.
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I've used several of the ebay carbs linked to above. They've all worked right out of the box. Though a couple of them seemed to run rich they did still work better than the original.

I have tried rebuilding several also, success has been worse than the new carbs. I'm pretty sure my problem with the kits is the tiny o-rings on the emulsion tube. I also had a couple the emulsion tube break when removing them.
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I've used several of the ebay carbs linked to above. They've all worked right out of the box. Though a couple of them seemed to run rich they did still work better than the original.

I have tried rebuilding several also, success has been worse than the new carbs. I'm pretty sure my problem with the kits is the tiny o-rings on the emulsion tube. I also had a couple the emulsion tube break when removing them.
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