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Previous to recent inflation I have been averaging just under $100- for a rebuild of a single cylinder Kohler engine. The but here is that I have just about all of the tools needed for an engine over haul and do all of the work myself. The parts normally used were rings, gasket set, ignition parts, some times an exhaust valve and very occasionally an over sized piston.Jeff M wrote:What would be the approximate cost of the Kohler rebuild done by a shop? I'm thinking $200-$300 or thereabouts.
My experiences with non original equipment is we need to measure the new piston in hand before we bore the block to make sure we don't over bore it. I measure the piston first then bore it.
We can get a spark knock from the timing being off or the knock from the low octane gas were using too. I always run high test in everything today.
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