Kohler Carburetor #30 for Kohler K321, K341, K361, M14, and M16
- This carburetor replaces the Kohler/Carter #30 Carburetor. Also replaces Walbro WHG #60 and WHG #64 Carburetor.
- It has a 30mm/1.2" Diameter Throttle Bore
- Replaces Kohler 47 853 23-S and many more
Our carburetor is fully adjustable, re-buildable, and feature brass floats.
This Carburetor includes:
- Straight Style Choke Lever (Installed) (Choke Lever Style 2)
- Triangular Shaped Choke Lever with tab(Choke Lever Style 3)
- Fuel Elbow
read instructions FIRST !
I looked for a carb for my old tractor for years but they were discontinued from kohler so I was left with changing motors or scrapping it, this carb is a small part but a very important item that I couldn’t get along without . Thanks
installed it and the .motor fired right up. I thought it had the triangle choke lever installed according to the description. but it has the longer choke installed my choke is backwards on the dash but that's fine lol
Fits just like it's suppose to. Had to return first one I ordered (too small) the folks here @ Isave tractors took care of everything and I couldn't be happier
The carburetor is well made. Unfortunately the float leaked causing fuel to spill all over my shop floor. I contacted Norm and a replacement is supposedly in the mail.
better than expected. Bolted right on. Little adjustments needed on hi and low. Now my ford lgt 145 runs again and doesn't mis a beat. I would 100% recommend this carb and this company. Thanks so much.
Great customer service, got all my questions answered. Product fit and worked great. Got the new carb hooked up and tractor has never ran better. Thank you
From the way it came, and out of the box I knew this was going to be good. I think the carb looked better than a OEM part. I just finished putting carb on my Power King Tractor 6/June/2020. The only adjustment I had to make was curb ideal. Putting the carb on was the easy part. I did as you have in the instruction changed all hoses new clamps, remove tank.
I had a Walbro carburetor on the K321, in which one throttle plate screw had loosened and fell out and the other sheared off this Spring. Fortunately, I was able to retrieve the screws after removing the cylinder head. The new after market carburetor is designed like the Carter carburetor and all I needed to do was switch to the included choke shaft. Included instruction were most helpful for removing the installed shaft making sure not to lose the tiny ball and spring. It did not explain how to install the shaft and yet keeping the tiny ball and spring in place. Was fairly simple though using the butt end of a small drill bit to depress the ball and spring while pushing the replacement choke shaft in (just don't push the shaft in too far or the ball will drop out again). Best to do this over a pan so you don't lose the ball. Minimal to no adjustment needed with the low speed and high speed. Actually, now I can now run the engine at idle, which I couldn't previously. So far, I am very pleased. I was able to find a new throttle shaft and plate for the Walbro for half the cost of this carburetor, which I had ordered prior to checking with I Save Tractors. Of course that was being ordered through Kohler. Oh well, still saving significantly over the cost of a new carburetor from Kohler. Thanks much, Ken.