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I noticed that. So should the deepest part of the proper pan face towards the rear, right?
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Ok, awesome. I'll be on the look out for one, I appreciate all the help!
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Ok, awesome. I'll be on the look out for one, I appreciate all the help!
You are welcome...don't forget the new gasket for it too!
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New oil pan should be here this weekend. Was wondering if I could use the head off my k241 on the k301 without running into any issues, I know that the bolts all line up and it fits good but the spark plug is in a different spot. Not sure if that will affect how it will run?
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New oil pan should be here this weekend. Was wondering if I could use the head off my k241 on the k301 without running into any issues, I know that the bolts all line up and it fits good but the spark plug is in a different spot. Not sure if that will affect how it will run?
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Heads are the same as far as fit. They are interchangeable. Might need a longer spark plug wire, and be sure to use the engine tin for the head that fits the head. (Spark plug hole drilled in right spot.) Check the bolts also. Some heads have recessed holes and need a bushing, some need longer bolts, ect. Pretty straight forward.
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The head I have for the k301 has recessed holes that's why I was wondering, didn't want to buy the spacers to be able to mount the gas tank. One more question, I was only able to find a aluminum pan so do I absolutely need to put steel threaded inserts in it or will it be fine if the current threads are in good shape ? Thanks for all the help guys
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Ok one last thing lol. The 12hp I have did not come with the drive cup(?) and I don't think the I have will work properly on it. https://i.ebayimg.com/thumbs/images/...EGY/s-l225.jpg
This Is similar to the flywheel on the 10hp
https://m.ebay.com/itm/CASE-224-444-...28.m4335.l8656
And this is similar to the fly wheel on the 12jp. Can't find the right part anywhere so if anyone could point me in the right direction it would be greatly appreciated!
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