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Kit, Air Intake Elbow

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Gasket, Elbow

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Screw, Hex. Wash. Hd. 1/4-20x5/8"

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Washer, I.T. #10

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Washer, Plain #10

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Gasket, Air Cleaner

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Base, Air Cleaner Obsolete - Not Available

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Kit, Air Filter/Pre-Cleaner

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Part Number:45 883 02-S1

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Precleaner, Element

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Part Number:45 083 01-S

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Cover, Air Cleaner Element

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Part Number:52 082 04-S

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Cover, Air Cleaner

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Screw, Wsh Hd Tap #10-32X9/16"

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Wing Nut 1/4-20 Obsolete - Not Available

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Seal, Breather

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Decal, Air Cleaner Obsolete - Not Available

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Decal, Horsepower

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Baffle, #1 Cylinder Head

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Baffle, #2 Cylinder Head Obsolete - Not Available

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Baffle, Fuel Pump Obsolete - Not Available

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Part Number:5206301-S

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Screw, Hex. Wash. Hd. 1/4-20x5/8"

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Washer, Flat Obsolete - Not Available

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Spacer

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Nut, Hex. Lock 10-32

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Guard, Grass Screen

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Part Number:47 314 01-S

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Bracket, Upper Housing

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Housing, Blower

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Hose, Breather 4-3/8"

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Nut, Hex. 1/4-20

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Washer, Plain 1/4"

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Gasket, Valve Cover

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Part Number:52 055 01-S

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Filter, Breather

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Part Number:231419-S

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Seal

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Part Number:52 032 04-S

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Breather Assembly

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Part Number:52 035 02-S

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Breather Assembly

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Part Number:52 035 02-S

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Stud 1/4-20x3-1/4" Obsolete - Not Available

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Cover Valve Obsolete - Not Available

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Camshaft Obsolete - Not Available

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Tappet

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Kit, Retainer

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Spring, Intake Valve

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Seal, Intake Valve Stem

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Valve, Intake Obsolete - Not Available

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Valve, Exhaust Obsolete - Not Available

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Spring, Intake Valve

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Rotator

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Retainer, Spring

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Connector, 90 Deg. Hose

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Gasket, Carburetor

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Washer, Lock 5/16"

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MAGNUM 18 & 20 HP OWNER'S MANUAL - Kohler Engines

MAGNUM18 & 20HPHORIZONTAL CRANKSHAFTOWNER'SMANUAL


Safety PrecautionsTo ensure safe operations please read the following statements and understand their meaning.Also refer to your equipment owner's manual for other important safety information. This manualcontains safety precautions which are explained below. Please read carefully.WARNINGWarning is used to indicate the presence of a hazard that can cause severe personal injury, death,or substantial property damage if the warning is ignored.CAUTIONCaution is used to indicate the presence of a hazard that will or can cause minor personal injury orproperty damage if the caution is ignored.NOTENote is used to notify people of installation, operation, or maintenance information that is importantbut not hazard-related.For Your Safety!These precautions should be followed at all times. Failure to follow these precautions could resultin injury to yourself and others.WARNINGWARNINGWARNINGExplosive Fuel can cause fires andsevere burns.Stop engine before filling fuel tank.Explosive Fuel!Gasoline is extremely flammableand its vapors can explode ifignited. Store gasoline only inapproved containers, in wellventilated, unoccupied buildings,away from sparks or flames. Do notfill the fuel tank while the engine ishot or running, since spilled fuelcould ignite if it comes in contactwith hot parts or sparks fromignition. Do not start the engine nearspilled fuel. Never use gasoline as acleaning agent.Rotating Parts can cause severeinjury.Stay away while engine is inoperation.Rotating Parts!Keep hands, feet, hair, and clothingaway from all moving parts toprevent injury. Never operate theengine with covers, shrouds, orguards removed.CAUTIONElectrical Shock can cause injury.Do not touch wires while engine isrunning.Electrical Shock!Never touch electrical wires orcomponents while the engine isrunning. They can be sources ofelectrical shock.Hot Parts can cause severe burns.Do not touch engine while operatingor just after stopping.Hot Parts!Engine components can getextremely hot from operation. Toprevent severe burns, do not touchthese areas while the engine isrunning–or immediately after it isturned off. Never operate the enginewith heat shields or guardsremoved.CaliforniaProposition 65 WarningEngine exhaust from this productcontains chemicals known to theState of California to causecancer, birth defects, or otherreproductive harm.2


WARNINGSafety Precautions (Cont.)WARNINGWARNINGAccidental Starts can cause severeinjury or death.Disconnect and ground spark pluglead before servicing.Accidental Starts!Disabling engine. Accidentalstarting can cause severe injuryor death. Before working on theengine or equipment, disable theengine as follows: 1) Disconnect thespark plug lead(s). 2) Disconnectnegative (-) battery cable frombattery.Carbon Monoxide can causesevere nausea, fainting or death.Do not operate engine in closed orconfined area.Lethal Exhaust Gases!Engine exhaust gases containpoisonous carbon monoxide.Carbon monoxide is odorless,colorless, and can cause death ifinhaled. Avoid inhaling exhaustfumes, and never run the engine ina closed building or confined area.Explosive Gas can cause fires andsevere acid burns.Charge battery only in a wellventilated area. Keep sources ofignition away.Explosive Gas!Batteries produce explosivehydrogen gas while being charged.To prevent a fire or explosion,charge batteries only in wellventilated areas. Keep sparks, openflames, and other sources of ignitionaway from the battery at all times.Keep batteries out of the reach ofchildren. Remove all jewelry whenservicing batteries.Before disconnecting the negative(–) ground cable, make sure allswitches are OFF. If ON, a spark willoccur at the ground cable terminalwhich could cause an explosion ifhydrogen gas or gasoline vaporsare present.Congratulations – You have selected a fine four-cycle, twin cylinder, air-cooled engine. Kohler designs long lifestrength and on-the-job durability into each engine…making a Kohler engine dependable…dependability youcan count on. Here are some reasons why:• Parts subject to the most wear and tear (like cylinders, crankshaft, and camshaft) are made from precisionformulated cast iron. Because the cast iron cylinders can be rebored, these engines can last even longer.• Kohler engines are easy to service. All routine service areas (like the dipstick and oil fill, air cleaner, sparkplugs, and carburetor) are easily and quickly accessible.• Every Kohler engine is backed by a worldwide network of over 10,000 distributors and dealers. Servicesupport is just a phone call away. Call 1-800-544-2444 (U.S. & Canada) for Sales & Service assistance.To keep your engine in top operating condition, follow the maintenance procedures in this manual.3


Identification Plate(On Engine Shrouding)MufflersDipstickOil FillAir CleanerSparkPlugSparkPlugCoolingFinsBlowerHousingOil FilterElectricStarterAir Intake ScreenOil DrainOil SumpFigure 1. Typical M18 Engine.Oil RecommendationsUsing the proper type and weight of oil in thecrankcase is extremely important. So is checking oildaily and changing oil and filter regularly. Failure touse the correct oil, or using dirty oil, causespremature engine wear and failure.Before each start, make sure the crankcase is filledwith proper type and quantity of oil.Oil TypeUse high quality detergent oil of API (AmericanPetroleum Institute) service class SG, SH, SJ orhigher. Select the viscosity based on the airtemperature at the time of operation as shown in thefollowing table.Straight 30-weight (Kohler ‘‘Magnum’’) oil ispreferred. SAE 10W-30 oil is not recommended above32°F (0°C). Using this oil substantially increases oilconsumption and combustion chamber deposits.NOTE:Using other than service class SG, SH, SJ orhigher oil or extending oil change intervalslonger than recommended can cause enginedamage.A logo or symbol on oil containers identifies the APIservice class and SAE viscosity grade. See Figure 3.****Use of synthetic oil having 5W-20 or 5W-30 rating is acceptable,up to 4°C (40°F).**Synthetic oils will provide better starting in extreme cold below-23°C (-10°F).Figure 2. Viscosity Grades Table.Figure 3. Oil Container Logo.Refer to “Maintenance Instructions” beginning onpage 7 for detailed oil check, oil change, and oilfilter change procedures.4


Fuel RecommendationsWARNING: Explosive Fuel!Gasoline is extremely flammable and its vapors canexplode if ignited. Store gasoline only in approvedcontainers, in well ventilated, unoccupied buildings,away from sparks or flames. Do not fill the fuel tankwhile the engine is hot or running, since spilled fuelcould ignite if it comes in contact with hot parts orsparks from ignition. Do not start the engine near spilledfuel. Never use gasoline as a cleaning agent.General RecommendationsPurchase gasoline in small quantities and store inclean, approved containers. A container with a capacityof 2 gallons or less with a pouring spout isrecommended. Such a container is easier to handleand helps eliminate spillage during refueling.Do not use gasoline left over from the previous season,to minimize gum deposits in your fuel system and toensure easy starting.Do not add oil to the gasoline.Do not overfill the fuel tank. Leave room for the fuel toexpand.Fuel TypeFor best results use only clean, fresh, unleadedgasoline with a pump sticker octane rating of 87 orhigher. In countries using the Research method, itshould be 90 octane minimum.Unleaded gasoline is recommended as it leaves lesscombustion chamber deposits. Leaded gasoline may beused in areas where unleaded is not available andexhaust emissions are not regulated. Be awarehowever, that the cylinder head will require morefrequent service.Gasoline/Alcohol blendsGasohol (up to 10% ethyl alcohol, 90% unleadedgasoline by volume) is approved as a fuel for Kohlerengines. Other gasoline/alcohol blends are notapproved.Gasoline/Ether blendsMethyl Tertiary Butyl Ether (MTBE) and unleadedgasoline blends (up to a maximum of 15% MTBE byvolume) are approved as a fuel for Kohler engines.Other gasoline/ether blends are not approved.Engine Identification NumbersWhen ordering parts, or in any communication involvingan engine, always give the Model, Specification, andSerial Numbers of the engine.The engine identification numbers appear on decal (ordecals) affixed to the engine shrouding. Include lettersuffixes, if there are any.Record your engine identification numbers on theidentification label below (Figure 4) for future reference.MODEL NO.SPEC. NO.DISPL (CC)SERIAL NO.REFER TO OWNER'SMANUAL FORSAFETY, MAINTENANCE SPECSAND ADJUSTMENTS. FOR SALESAND SERVICE IN US/CANADACALL: 1-800-544-2444KOHLER CO. KOHLER, WI USAEXPORT ORREPLACEMENT ENGINEFigure 4. Engine Identification Label.5


Operating InstructionsAlso read the operating instructions of the equipment this engine powers.Pre-Start Checklist! Check oil level. Add oil if low. Do not overfill.2. Activate the starter switch. Release the switch assoon as the engine starts.! Check fuel level. Add fuel if low.! Check cooling air intake areas and externalsurfaces of engine. Make sure they are clean andunobstructed.! Check that the air cleaner components and allshrouds, equipment covers, and guards are inplace and securely fastened.! Check that any clutches or transmissions aredisengaged or placed in neutral. This is especiallyimportant on equipment with hydrostatic drive. Theshift lever must be exactly in neutral to preventresistance which could keep the engine fromstarting.WARNING: Lethal Exhaust Gases!Engine exhaust gases contain poisonous carbonmonoxide. Carbon monoxide is odorless, colorless,and can cause death if inhaled. Avoid inhaling exhaustfumes, and never run the engine in a closed building orconfined area.Cold Weather Starting Hints1. Be sure to use the proper oil for the temperatureexpected. See Figure 2 on page 4.2. Declutch all possible external loads.3. Set speed control at part throttle position.4. A warm battery has much more starting capacitythan a cold battery.5. Use fresh winter grade fuel. NOTE: Winter gradegasoline has a higher volatility to improve starting.Do not use gasoline left over from summer.Starting1. On a Cold Engine – Place the throttle controlmidway between the ‘‘slow’’ and ‘‘fast’’positions. Place the choke control into the ‘‘on’’position.On a Warm Engine (Normal OperatingTemperatures) – Place the throttle controlmidway between the ‘‘slow’’ and ‘‘fast’’positions. Place the choke control into the ‘‘off’’position.NOTE:NOTE:NOTE:After starting the engine, it may benecessary to leave the choke partially‘‘on’’ for a few minutes before moving itto the ‘‘off’’ position.Do not crank the engine continuously formore than 10 seconds at a time. If theengine does not start, allow a 60 secondcool down period between startingattempts. Failure to follow theseguidelines can burn out the starter motor.If the engine develops sufficient speed todisengage the starter but does not keeprunning (a false start), the engine rotationmust be allowed to come to a completestop before attempting to restart theengine. If the start is engaged while theflywheel is rotating, the starter pinion andflywheel ring gear may clash, resulting indamage to the starter.If the starter does not turn the engine over, shutoff starter immediately. Do not make furtherattempts to start the engine until the condition iscorrected. Do not jump start using another battery(refer to “Battery” below). See your Kohler EngineService Dealer for trouble analysis.3. On a Cold Engine – Gradually return the chokecontrol to the ‘‘off’’ position after the engine startsand warms up.Stopping1. If possible, remove the load by disengaging allPTO attachments.2. Move the throttle control to the ‘‘slow’’ or ‘‘low’’idle position. Allow the engine to run at idle for 30-60 seconds; then stop the engine. If the carburetoron the engine is equipped with a fuel solenoid,move the throttle control back up between halfand full throttle just before stopping the engine.BatteryA 12 volt battery is normally used. Refer to theoperating instructions of the equipment this enginepowers for specific battery requirements.If the battery charge is not sufficient to crank theengine, recharge the battery (see page 11).6


OperatingOptional spark arrestor mufflers are available from yourKohler Engine Service Dealer. Check your local lawsand statutes regarding engine spark arrestor mufflerrequirements.Angle of OperationThis engine will operate continuously at angles up to30° in any direction. Check oil level to assurecrankcase oil level is at the “F” mark.Refer to the operating instructions of the equipmentthis engine powers. Because of equipment design orapplication, there may be more stringent restrictionsregarding the angle of operation.NOTE:Do not operate this engine continuously atangles exceeding 30° in any direction. Enginedamage could result from insufficientlubrication.CoolingNOTE: If debris builds up on the grass screen orother cooling air intake areas, stop the engineimmediately and clean. Operating the enginewith blocked or dirty air intake and coolingareas can cause extensive damage due tooverheating.WARNING: Hot Parts!Engine components can get extremely hot fromoperation. To prevent severe burns, do not touch theseareas while the engine is running–or immediately afterit is turned off. Never operate the engine with heatshields or guards removed.Engine SpeedNOTE: Do not tamper with the governor setting toincrease the maximum engine speed.Overspeed is hazardous and will void theengine warranty.Maintenance InstructionsWARNING: Rope Starting Pulley is not aDrive Pulley!Do not use backup rope starting pulley as a drivepulley. Using starting pulley as a drive could loosenflywheel fastener, resulting in bodily harm.WARNING: Accidental Starts!Disabling engine. Accidental starting can cause severe injury or death. Before working on the engine orequipment, disable the engine as follows: 1) Disconnect the spark plug lead(s). 2) Disconnect negative (-) batterycable from battery.Maintenance ScheduleThese required maintenance procedures should be performed at the frequency stated in the table. They shouldalso be included as part of any seasonal tune-up.FrequencyAs Specifiedon pages 8 & 9Daily or BeforeStarting EngineEvery 25 HoursEvery 50 HoursEvery 100 HoursEvery 200 HoursAnnually orEvery 500 HoursMaintenance Required• Change oil.• Change oil filter.• Fill fuel tank.• Check oil level 4 .• Check air cleaner for dirty¹, loose, or damaged parts.• Check air intake and cooling areas, clean as necessary¹.• Service precleaner element¹.• Remove cooling shrouds and clean cooling areas 1 .• Replace air cleaner element 1 .• Check spark plug condition and gap.• Replace fuel filter.• Have bendix starter drive serviced².• Have valve and tappet clearance checked 2 .• Have cylinder heads serviced 2,3 .¹Perform these maintenance procedures more frequently under extremely dusty, dirty conditions.²Have a Kohler Engine Service Dealer perform this service.3250 hours when leaded gasoline is used and/or multiviscosity oil is used.4Twice daily on commercial use.7


Check Oil LevelThe importance of checking and maintaining the properoil level in the crankcase cannot be overemphasized.Check oil BEFORE EACH USE OR TWICE DAILY ONCOMMERCIAL USE as follows:1. Make sure the engine is stopped, level, and iscool so the oil has had time to drain into the sump.2. To keep dirt, grass clippings, etc., out of theengine, clean the area around the oil fill cap ordipstick before removing it.3. Remove the dipstick; wipe oil off. Reinsert thedipstick and push it all the way down into the tube.4. Remove the dipstick and check the oil level.The oil level should be up to, but not over, the “F”mark on the dipstick. See Figure 5.OperatingRangeFigure 5. Oil Level Dipstick.“F” Mark5. If the level is low, add oil of the proper type, up tothe “F” mark on the dipstick. (Refer to “Oil Type”on page 4.) Always check the level with thedipstick before adding more oil.NOTE:To prevent extensive engine wear ordamage, always maintain the proper oillevel in the crankcase. Never operate theengine with the oil level below the “L”mark or over the “F” mark on the dipstick.Oil Sentry Some engines are equipped with an optional OilSentry oil pressure switch. If the oil pressuredecreases below an acceptable level, the Oil Sentry will either shut off the engine or activate a warningsignal, depending on the application.Change Oil and Oil FilterChange OilChange oil as shown in the ‘‘Oil Change Intervals’’table.Oil Change IntervalsOil Type Engine Type IntervalTemperature ABOVE 32° F (0° C)SAE 30With Filter 50 Hours*Without Filter 25 HoursMultiviscosityWith Filter 25 HoursWithout Filter 25 HoursTemperature BELOW 32° F (0° C)MultiviscosityWith Filter 50 HoursWithout Filter 25 Hours*NOTE: 25 hours for continuous and/or heavy dutyoperation.Change the oil while the engine is still warm. The oilwill flow freely and carry away more impurities. Makesure the engine is level when filling, checking, orchanging the oil.Change the oil as follows:1. To keep dirt, grass clippings, etc., out of theengine, clean the area around the oil fill capbefore removing it.2. Remove the oil drain plug and oil fill cap. Tilt theengine slightly towards the oil drain to obtainbetter drainage.3. Reinstall the drain plug. Make sure it is tightenedsecurely.4. Fill with new oil of the proper type to the ‘‘F’’ markon the dipstick. Always check the level on thedipstick before adding more oil.NOTE:To prevent extensive engine wear ordamage, always maintain the proper oillevel in the crankcase. Never operate theengine with the oil level below the “L”mark or over the “F” mark on the dipstick.5. Reinstall the oil fill cap. Make sure it is tightenedsecurely.NOTE:Make sure the oil level is checked BEFOREEACH USE and is maintained up to the “F”mark on the dipstick. This includes enginesequipped with Oil Sentry .8


Change Oil FilterSome engines are equipped with an oil filter. Replacethe oil filter every other oil change, in accordance withthe ‘‘Oil Change Intervals’’ table on page 8. Always usea genuine Kohler oil filter, Part No. 52 050 02-S, andreplace as follows:1. Drain the oil from the engine crankcase.Service Precleaner and Air Cleaner ElementThis engine is equipped with a replaceable, highdensity paper air cleaner element. Some engines arealso equipped with an oiled, foam precleaner whichsurrounds the paper element. See Figure 7.Element CoverElementCover Seals2. Allow the oil filter to drain.3. Remove the old filter and wipe the filter adaptergasket surface.4. Place a new replacement filter in a shallow panwith the open end up. Pour new oil of the propertype, in through the threaded center hole. Stoppouring when the oil reaches the bottom of thethreads. Allow a minute or two for the oil to beabsorbed by the filter material.5. Apply a thin film of clean oil to the rubber gasketon the new filter. Install the replacement oil filteron the engine. Turn the oil filter clockwise untilrubber gasket contacts the filter adapter, thentighten filter an additional 2/3 to 1 turn.6. Reinstall drain plug. Make sure it is tight.7. Fill the crankcase with new oil of the proper typeto the ‘‘F’’ mark on the dipstick. Add an additional1/2 pint of oil for the filter capacity. See"Specifications" on page 15.8. Test run the engine to check for leaks. Stop theengine, allow a minute for the oil to drain down,and recheck the level on the dipstick. Make sureoil level is up to but not over the ‘‘F’’ mark on thedipstick.Oil Sentry Pressure SwitchPrecleanerAir CleanerPaper Element BaseFigure 7. Air Cleaner Housing Components.Check the air cleaner daily or before starting theengine. Check for buildup of dirt and debris around theair cleaner system. Keep this area clean. Also checkfor loose or damaged components. Replace all bent ordamaged air cleaner components.NOTE:Operating the engine with loose or damagedair cleaner components could allow unfilteredair into the engine causing premature wearand failure.Service PrecleanerIf so equipped, wash and reoil the precleaner every25 hours of operation (more often under extremelydusty or dirty conditions).1. Remove wing nut(s), and air cleaner cover.2. Remove precleaner from paper element.3. Wash the precleaner in warm water withdetergent. Rinse the precleaner thoroughly until alltraces of detergent are eliminated. Squeeze outexcess water (do not wring). Allow the precleanerto air dry.4. Saturate precleaner in clean, fresh engine oil andsqueeze out excess oil.Oil FilterFigure 6. Oil Filter and Optional Oil Sentry Switch.5. Reinstall precleaner over paper element.6. Reinstall air cleaner cover and wing nut(s).Tighten wing nut(s) 1/2 to 1 full turn after nutcontacts cover. Do not overtighten.7. When precleaner replacement is necessaryalways use genuine Kohler parts.9


Battery ChargingWARNING: Explosive Gas!Batteries produce explosive hydrogen gas while beingcharged. To prevent a fire or explosion, chargebatteries only in well ventilated areas. Keep sparks,open flames, and other sources of ignition away fromthe battery at all times. Keep batteries out of the reachof children. Remove all jewelry when servicingbatteries.Before disconnecting the negative (–) ground cable,make sure all switches are OFF. If ON, a spark willoccur at the ground cable terminal which could causean explosion if hydrogen gas or gasoline vapors arepresent.NOTE:Do not apply 12 volt DC to kill terminal ofignition module as module will burn out.Fuel FilterSome engines are equipped with an in-line fuel filter.Periodically inspect the filter and replace with agenuine Kohler filter every 200 operating hours.Carburetor Troubleshootingand AdjustmentsM18 and M20 engines are equipped with one of twobasic types of carburetors – Kohler or Walbro – fixedmain jet or adjustable main jet.The carburetor is designed to deliver the correctfuel-to-air mixture to the engine under all operatingconditions. The main fuel and idle fuel needles onadjustable jet carburetors are set at the factory andnormally do not require further adjustment. On fixed jetcarburetors, the low idle fuel needle is also set at thefactory and normally does not need further adjustment.The main fuel jet is calibrated and installed at thefactory and is not adjustable.**NOTE: Engines operating at altitudes aboveapproximately 1830 m (6000 ft.), may requirea special ‘‘high altitude’’ main jet. See yourKohler Engine Service Dealer for furtherinformation.TroubleshootingIf engine troubles are experienced that appear to befuel system related, check the following areas beforeadjusting the carburetor.• Make sure the fuel tank is filled with clean, freshgasoline.• Make sure the fuel tank cap vent is not blockedand that it is operating properly.• If the fuel tank is equipped with a shut-off valve,make sure it is open.• If the engine is equipped with an in-line fuel filter,make sure it is clean and unobstructed. Replacethe filter if necessary.• Make sure fuel is reaching the carburetor. Thisincludes checking the fuel lines and fuel pump forrestrictions or faulty components, replace asnecessary.• Make sure the air cleaner element is clean and allair cleaner element components are fastenedsecurely.If, after checking the items listed above, the engine ishard to start, runs roughly, or stalls at low idle speed, itmay be necessary to adjust or service the carburetor.NOTE:Carburetor adjustments should be made onlyafter the engine has warmed up.Kohler Carburetor Adjustment1. With the engine stopped, turn the low idle fuel andmain fuel adjusting needles in (clockwise) untilthey bottom lightly.NOTE:The tip of the idle fuel and main fueladjusting needles are tapered to criticaldimensions. Damage to the needles andthe seats in carburetor body will result ifthe needles are forced.2. Preliminary Settings: Turn the adjusting needlesout (counterclockwise) from lightly bottomed tothe positions shown in the chart below.Kohler Adjustable JetLow Idle Main FuelM18 1 turn 2-1/2 turnsM20 1 turn 2-1/2 turns11


3. Start the engine and run at half throttle for 5 to 10minutes to warm up. The engine must be warmbefore making final settings (steps 4, 5, 6, and 7).Set the adjusting needle midway between the richand lean settings.4. Main Fuel Needle Setting: This adjustment isrequired for adjustable main jet carburetors only. Ifthe carburetor is a fixed main jet type, refer toWalbro adjustment.Adjust ToMidpointLeanPlace the throttle into the ‘‘fast’’ position. Ifpossible, place the engine underload.Turn the main fuel adjusting needle out(counterclockwise) from the preliminary settinguntil the engine speed decreases (rich). Note theposition of the needle.Now turn the adjusting needle in (clockwise). Theengine speed may increase, then it will decreaseas the needle is turned in (lean). Note the positionof the needle.Set the adjusting needle midway between the richand lean settings.5. Low Idle Speed Setting: Place the throttle controlinto the “idle” or “slow” position. Set the low idlespeed to 1200 RPM* (± 75 RPM) by turning thelow idle speed adjusting screw in or out. Checkthe speed using a tachometer.*NOTE: The actual low idle speed depends on theapplication – refer to equipmentmanufacturers recommendations. Therecommended low idle speed for basicengines is 1200 RPM. To ensure bestresults when setting the low idle fuelneedle, the low idle speed must notexceed 1500 RPM.6. Low Idle Fuel Needle Setting: Place the throttleinto the “idle” or “slow” position.Turn the low idle fuel adjusting needle out(counterclockwise) from the preliminary settinguntil the engine speed decreases (rich). Note theposition of the needle.Now turn the adjusting needle in (clockwise). Theengine speed may increase, then it will decreaseas the needle is turned in (lean). Note the positionof the needle.Figure 9.7. Recheck the idle speed using a tachometer.Readjust the speed as necessary.Walbro Carburetor AdjustmentIn general, turning the adjusting needles in (clockwise)decreases the supply of fuel to the carburetor. Thisgives a leaner fuel-to-air mixture. Turning theadjustment needles out (counterclockwise) increasesthe supply of fuel to the carburetor.Figure 10.NOTE:RichIdle Speed ScrewLow IdleFuel NeedleMain Fuel NeedleThe tip of the low idle fuel and main fueladjusting needles are tapered to criticaldimensions. Damage to the needles and theseats in carburetor body will result if theneedles are forced.1. With the engine stopped, turn the adjustingneedle(s) in (clockwise) until it bottoms lightly.2. Preliminary Settings: Turn the adjustingneedle(s) out (counterclockwise) from lightlybottomed as shown in the chart or page 13, or tothe rich side of adjustment.12


M18M20Walbro Fixed JetLow Idle1-1/4 turns1-1/4 turns5. Low Idle Speed Setting: Place the throttle controlinto the ‘‘idle’’ or ‘‘slow’’ position. Set the low idlespeed to 1200 RPM* (± 75 RPM) by turning thelow idle speed adjusting screw in or out. Checkthe speed using a tachometer.Walbro Adjustable JetLow Idle Main FuelM18 1-1/4 turns 1-1/4 turnsM20 1-1/4 turns 1 turn3. Start the engine and run at half throttle for five toten minutes to warm up. The engine must bewarm before making final settings.4. Main Fuel Needle Setting: This adjustment isrequired only for adjustable main jet carburetors. Ifthe carburetor is a fixed main jet type, disregardthis setting.Place the throttle into the ‘‘fast’’ position.Turn the adjusting needle in (clockwise). Theengine speed may increase, then it will decreaseas the needle is turned in (lean). Note the positionof the needle. Back the needle out approximately1/8 to 1/4 turn. See Figure 11 below for best mainfuel performance.*NOTE: The actual low idle speed depends on theapplication. Refer to the equipmentmanufacturers instructions for specificlow idle speed settings. To ensure bestresults when setting the low idle fuelneedle, the low idle speed must notexceed 1500 RPM.6. Low Idle Fuel Needle Setting: Place the throttleinto the ‘‘idle’’ or ‘‘slow’’ position.Turn the adjusting needle in (clockwise). Theengine speed may increase, then it will decreaseas the needle is turned in (lean). Note the positionof the needle.Back the needle out approximately 1/8 to 1/4 turn.See Figure 12 below for best low idle fuelperformance.LeanBack out Approx.1/8 to 1/4 turn.LeanBack out Approx.1/8 to 1/4 turn.LeanLeanFigure 12. Optimum Low Idle Fuel Setting.Figure 11. Optimum Main Fuel Setting.13


TroubleshootingWhen troubles occur, be sure to check the simple causes which, at first, may seem to obvious to be considered.For example, a starting problem could be caused by an empty fuel tank. Some common causes of engine troublesare listed in the following table.Do not attempt to service or replace major engine components, or any items that require special timing oradjustment procedures. Have your Kohler Engine Service Dealer do this work.Possible Cause No Improper Dirt In Dirty Incorrect Engine Dirty Air FaultyProblem Fuel Fuel Fuel Line Grass Screen Oil Level Overloaded Cleaner Spark PlugWill Not Start • • • • •Hard Starting • • • • • •Stops Suddenly • • • • • •Lacks Power • • • • • • •Operates Erratically • • • • • •Knocks or Pings • • • •Skips or Misfires • • • • •Backfires • • • •Overheats • • • • •High Fuel Consumption • •StorageIf the engine will be out of service for two months ormore, use the following storage procedure:1. Clean the exterior surfaces of the engine.2. Change the oil and filter while the engine is stillwarm from operation. See “Change Oil and OilFilter” on page 8.3. The fuel system must be completely emptied, orthe gasoline must be treated with a stabilizer toprevent deterioration. If you choose to use astabilizer, follow the manufacturersrecommendations, and add the correct amount forthe capacity of the fuel system. Fill the fuel tankwith clean, fresh gasoline. Run the engine for 2-3minutes to get stabilized fuel into the carburetor.To empty the system, run the engine until the fueltank and system are empty.4. Remove the spark plugs. Add one tablespoon ofengine oil into each spark plug hole. Install plugs,but do not connect the plug leads. Crank theengine two or three revolutions.5. Store the engine in a clean, dry place.Parts OrderingThe engine Specification, Model, and Serial Numbersare required when ordering replacement parts fromyour Kohler Engine Service Dealer. These numbers arefound on the identification plate which is affixed to theengine shrouding. Include letter suffixes if there areany. See “Engine Identification Numbers” onpage 5.Always insist on genuine Kohler parts. All genuineKohler parts meet strict standards for fit, reliability, andperformance.Major RepairMajor repair information is available in Kohler EngineService Manuals. However, major repair generallyrequires the attention of a trained mechanic and theuse of special tools and equipment. Your KohlerEngine Service Dealer has the facilities, training, andgenuine Kohler replacement parts necessary toperform this service. For Sales & Service assistancecall 1-800-544-2444 (U.S. & Canada) or contact yourKohler Engine Dealer or Service Distributor, they’re inthe Yellow Pages under Engines-Gasoline.Model DesignationModel M18S for example: M indicates MAGNUMengine, 18 indicates horsepower. Letter suffixesfollowing the model numbers designates a specificversion, as follows:SuffixQSGDesignatesQuiet ModelElectric StartTapered Crankshaft(Generator Application)14


SpecificationsModel: ............................................................................................. M18.............................. M20Bore: ................................................. inches (millimeters) ............. 3.12 (79.2) ................... 3.12 (79.2)Stroke: ............................................... inches (millimeters) ............. 2.75 (69.85) ................. 3.06 (78.0)Displacement: ............... cubic inches (cubic centimeters) ............. 42.18 (691.3) ............... 46.98 (769.8)Power (@3600 RPM): .................. horsepower (kilowatts) ............. 18 (13.4) ...................... 20 (14.9)Weight: ..................................................... lbs. (kilograms) ............. 130 (59.0) .................... 130 (59.0)Oil Capacity: ........................................ U.S. quarts (liters) ............. 1.5 (1.4) 1 ...................... 1.5 (1.4) 1Spark Plug Gap: ................................ inches (millimeters) ............. 0.035 (0.89) ................. 0.035 (0.89)Spark Plug Type: ............................... Champion or Equiv. ............. RV17YC ....................... RV17YC1An additional 1/2 U.S. pint (0.24 L) required when oil filter is changed. For best results, fill to the ‘‘F’’ mark on the dipstick asopposed to adding a given quantity of oil.LIMITED 2 YEAR MAGNUM ENGINE WARRANTYKohler Co. warrants to the original consumer that each new MAGNUM engine sold by Kohler Co. will be free from manufacturing defectsin materials or workmanship in normal service for a period of two (2) years from date of purchase, provided it is operated and maintainedin accordance with Kohler Co.’s instructions and manuals.Our obligation under this warranty is expressly limited, at our option, to the replacement or repair at Kohler Co., Kohler, Wisconsin 53044,or at a service facility designated by us, of such part or parts as inspection shall disclose to have been defective.EXCLUSIONS:Mufflers on engines used commercially (non-residential) are warranted for one (1) year from date of purchase, except catalytic mufflers,which are warranted for two (2) years.This warranty does not apply to defects caused by casualty or unreasonable use, including faulty repairs by others and failure to providereasonable and necessary maintenance.The following items are not covered by this warranty:Engine accessories, such as fuel tanks, clutches, transmissions, power drive assemblies, and batteries, unless supplied or installed byKohler Co. These are subject to the warranties, if any, of their manufacturers.KOHLER CO. AND/OR THE SELLER SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR SPECIAL, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, OR CONSEQUENTIALDAMAGES OF ANY KIND, including but not limited to labor costs or transportation charges in connection with the repair or replacementof defective parts.IMPLIED OR STATUTORY WARRANTIES, INCLUDING WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULARPURPOSE, ARE EXPRESSLY LIMITED TO THE DURATION OF THIS WRITTEN WARRANTY. We make no other express warranty, noris any one authorized to make any on our behalf.Some states do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, or the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequentialdamages, so the above limitation or exclusion may not apply to you.This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state.TO OBTAIN WARRANTY SERVICE:Purchaser must bring the engine to an authorized Kohler service facility. To locate the nearest facility, visit our website,www.kohlerengines.com, and click on SALES AND SERVICES to use the locator function, consult your Yellow Pages or telephone1-800-544-2444.ENGINE DIVISION, KOHLER CO., KOHLER, WISCONSIN 5304415


FORM NO.: 52 590 02ISSUED: 12/04REVISED:MAILED:LITHO IN U.S.A.FOR SALES AND SERVICE INFORMATIONIN U.S. AND CANADA, CALL 1-800-544-2444ENGINE DIVISION, KOHLER CO., KOHLER, WISCONSIN 53044

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Magazine: MAGNUM 18 & 20 HP OWNER'S MANUAL - Kohler Engines

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KOHLER M18 MAGNUM 18 HP ENGINE LONGBLOCK REMAN - CORE CHARGE

 
KOHLER M18 MAGNUM 18 HP ENGINE LONGBLOCK REMANUFACTURED - CORE CHARGE




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KOHLER M18 MAGNUM 18 HP ENGINE LONGBLOCK REMANUFACTURED

  • WE ARE A PROFESSIONAL ENGINE REBUILDER SUPPLYING OVER 400 ENGINES IN THE USA AND CANADA LAST YEAR ALONE! WE HAVE BEEN AT THE SAME LOCATION FOR 31 YEARS PROVIDING TOP QUALITY REBUILDS FOR THOUSANDS OF CUSTOMERS. OVER THE YEARS WE HAVE DEVELOPED MANY UNIQUE TECHNIQUES ON SOME ENGINES FOR PROVIDING A BETTER THAN NEW ENGINE. THIS IS ONE OF THOSE ENGINES.

 

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    • KOHLER MAGNUM 18 HORSEPOWER LONG BLOCK TOTALLY REMANUFACTURED TO BETTER THAN NEW SPECS.

      • THIS BLOCK IS A DROP IN FOR MANY APPLICATIONS USING A 1 1/8 INCH CRANK. WE ALSO NOW HAVE THESE IN 1 INCH CRANK 1 1/8 BY 3 3/4 FOR WHEEL HORSE OR SIMPLICITY CONVERSION. CALL FOR YOUR APPLICATION AS THERE ARE MANY DIFFERENT SETUPS FOR THIS ENGINE
      • BLOCKS INCLUDES A COMPLETE SHORT BLOCK PLUS HEADS AND BREATHER.
      • ENGINE HAS BEEN FULLY RE-MACHINED AND NEW PARTS INSTALLED ( SEE BELOW )
      • THIS IS AN ACTUAL CUSTOMERS PIC AND ENGINE SHIPPED WILL NOT INCLUDE FILL TUBE OR EXHAUST STUDS, COIL BRACKET, OIL SENDING UNIT, OR DIPSTICK( USE YOURS ) BUT ALL ELSE IS INCLUDED IN EACH BLOCK
      • CURRENTLY RODS HAVE BEEN DISCONTINUED FROM KOHLER SO WE ARE REMANUFACTURING RODS TO NEW SPECS AS THERE ARE NO NEW RODS AVAILABLE ANYWHERE FOR THIS ENGINE
      • WE ALSO HAVE CARBS AVAILABLE FOR THIS BLOCK
      • NOTE: THESE ENGINES ARE VERY POPULAR  AND WE DO HAVE A WAITING LIST NOW. I STILL HAVE SEVERAL GOOD CORES BUT IF YOU WANT TO PURCHASE , CALL AHEAD FIRST TO FIND OUT HOW LONG A WAIT BEFORE WE CAN SHIP. THEN PURCHASE AS WE DONT WANT SOMEONE EXPECTING IT RIGHT AWAY. IT IS CURRENTLY ABOUT 4 WEEKS WAIT RIGHT NOW!_______________________________________________________________________
      • EACH BLOCK IS INSPECTED FOR DAMAGE OR CRACKS AND THEN WASHED. CYLINDERS ARE BORED OVERSIZE, CRANK ROD JOURNALS ARE TURNED AND POLISHED FOR PROPER FIT. BLOCK HALVES ARE THEN RESURFACED AND OIL PUMP CHECKED OR REPLACED. GOVERNOR PIN IS REPAIRED FOR LONG ENGINE LIFE ( ELIMINATES THE MOST COMMON REASON FOR ENGINE FAILURE ). THEN VALVES SEATS AND GUIDES ARE REGROUND FOR GOOD SEAL. ALL ENGINES GET A NEW GOVERNOR GEAR INSTALLED, NEW PISTONS AND RINGS, RECONDITIONED RODS, AND GASKETS AND SEALS.
      • THIS IS A VERY DIFFICULT ENGINE TO REBUILD PROPERLY BUT WE HAVE DONE OVER 600 IN THE PAST 15 YEARS WITH GOOD RESULTS. OUR CAM PIN REPAIR SOLVES THE PROBLEM OF THE GOVERNOR KNOCKING A HOLE THRU THE SIDE OF THE BLOCK AS MANY OF YOU HAVE FOUND OUT. SINCE THIS IS ALL KOHLER OEM PARTS THE COST TO MACHINE THIS ENGINE AND BUY THE PARTS WOULD RUN ABOUT $1050 AT SHOP RATES AND YOU STILL HAVE TO ASSEMBLE. 
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      • YOU ADD YOUR SHEET METAL, CARBURETOR, MANIFOLDS, STARTER,  FLYWHEEL, AND OIL TO COMPLETE. ( WE HAVE THE HARD WORK DONE! )
      • CURRENTLY THERE IS A 4+ WEEK WAIT ON A BLOCK AFTER THE PURCHASE! SO REMEMBER BEFORE PURCHASING THAT IT WILL NOT SHIP FOR AT LEAST 4 WEEKS AS WE HAVE OTHER ORDERS TO FILL FIRST AND WE DO ALL ORDERS FIRST COME FIRST SERVE. THANK YOU
      • ( CORE IS REQUIRED) A CORE MUST BE RETURNED BEFORE WE SHIP NEW BLOCK. WE PAY RETURN SHIPPING 

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      • Because these are on older machines just ordering for an application or giving a spec number doesn't insure you will get a motor that fits as someone may have adapted another engine to fit. This is why we always ask questions about block to insure we send proper product to you.

      • UPDATE ( We have had a number of people order a product other than what we know fits recently, and even after us telling them it wasn't right for their application they told us what to send. Then when engine didn't fit because they measured wrong, they claimed it was our fault. We (always write down what customer says to avoid a problem later). This is very costly to us by the time we return and build another so we have a new policy. If you order a motor other than what is supposed to fit we will tell you and take order. We will send a paper detailing what you wanted and what should fit your tractor and it must be signed and returned. If engine is wrong fit when it gets there we will pickup, return to us , refund your money minus $230 for a twin and $150 for a single and you will have to find elsewhere. 

      • We ask plenty of questions to avoid this so fortunately it seldom happens but some people just don't take the time to check important things we ask them to check and it causes problems.


 
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Mobil 1 20W50 engine oil in Kohler Magnum Engines Experiences

Hi ,
The use of 20/50 oil
I have only used /tried 20/50 once and that was a mineral grade in a kohler
The results are very similar as if u were to use it in an auto engine

Although the engine may be able to deal with the oil when it is hot it is the start up that is the issue

cold start
it is difficult to pump particularly for a small engine that has a small oil pump as well . The kohler oil pump is very small . Most engine wear occurs during start up , The oil pressure light was still on 1-2 seconds after start up at its worst .

running temp
a 50 weight oil at operating temp causes a little to much drag on engine components for me . oil pressure should be good 40lbs and above


summary for warm ambient conditions [nice day ]
10/30 to light

10/40 or 15/40 ideal

20/50 to thick

A synthetic may be ok compared to mineral as the start up flow may be better and generally is but the weight of 20/50 does really have no place in a small engine

A kohler eg 25 hp has a plastic oil pump gear from memory 20/50 = to much load . Remember a kohler is a underdesigned engine [weak] By no means an industrial work horse in reality

Use use the correct grade [recommended by engine maker] or better eg API SG, SH etc and the viscosity appropiate for the weather conditions

10/40 typically available in semi syn or full synthetic
Donot use this oil in a mineral as the additive packages could not handle the 30 w split between 10---40 . This oil did gain a bad reputation 20 years ago BUT with the synthetic oil develop ment it apparently is all good ...
Having a 30w split or greater is now common

tomo:waving:

 

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Engine 20 kohler magnum

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Then I turned on the shower, washed off the foam from all over Oksana's body, gave her a towel, told her to dry herself off, get dressed.

94 Kohler Magnum 20 h.p.

She just started it all over again. - I loved being at the main core. There is so beautiful mom said the second T-X There is so much light and warmth for my batteries.

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Oh yes. I hung his wet shirt and pants on the radiator to dry. Winter will freeze after all.



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