Carburetor Bundle Pack for K321, K341, K361, M14, and M16 Engines
This carburetor is an aftermarket reproduction of the Kohler #30 carburetor. It has a 1.2" Throttle Bore and a 1.0" Venturi. It also will replace the Walbro WHG #60 and WHG #64 Carburetor.
Our Carburetor Bundle includes everything you need to overhaul your old engine's fuel system:
- Kohler #30 Style Carburetor with Choke Lever Style 2 installed
- Throttle Linkage
- 2 Feet of 1/4" ID, 1/2" OD Fuel Line
- 6 Hose Clamps
- Carburetor Intake Gasket
- Additional Choke Lever for Older Style Kohler K Engines (Choke Lever Style 3)
- 90 Degree Fuel Fitting
- Inline Fuel Filter
- Inline Fuel Shut Off Valve
Installed this on a 1971 John Deere 140 H3. Fits perfectly, works perfectly. I didn’t even have to adjust the idle/high speed screws. The only thing I needed to change was the choke lever, as the one it comes with is backwards for the JD140. Luckily it comes with the correct lever and is very easy to swap out. 10/10 would recommend.
Sweet package of carb goodness. Every part mated perfectly. No adjustments required.
Nice product. Well made. Bolted right on and ran great with only minor tuning. Nice to have the new gaskets, fuel line, filter, etc. to go with it. Would buy again!
worked perfectly . very easy install
Had to do one minor revision
Had to tap threads deeper for fuel fitting to fit. In doing so, removed the bowl to remove thread cutting chips and found brass float soldering flux debris flaked off in the bowl. Float was way out of adjustment. Had to run tap deeper in air cleaner screen holes. Had to enlarge hole in choke arm for the actuating wire. Still a great value and runs fantastic!
Bolted right up had to adjust it a little and also had to drill chocK lever out just a bit bigger. Application was a John Deere 300 l&g tractor. Runs great now. Will definitely buy more products in the future from IST.
My 2nd review for this product and after some help from norman tractor is running great. Just remember to tighten the fuel inlet elbow on the carb, silly me didn't do that which caused a leak thanks