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Heck, I think I copied it from one of your old...

Heck, I think I copied it from one of your old posts..:o
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Take a look at this and see if this is what you...

Take a look at this and see if this is what you need

http://i275.photobucket.com/albums/jj317/kensmobile/sprint-link.jpg
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The needle should extend beyond the seat...

The needle should extend beyond the seat assembly.

The needle looks like the one in this illustration.

Carburetor Needle & Seat (http://tewarehouse.com/7-02311)
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A good cleaning and a carburetor kit sounds like...

A good cleaning and a carburetor kit sounds like whats in order. Most likely the inlet needle and seat is not sealing good anymore, but the whole kit is usually a good idea, I think you are on the...
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Does it die when you release the brake clutch...

Does it die when you release the brake clutch even if it's not in gear?? If it does, this could be a safety interlock problem. The fact that you said it will die when placing the throttle control...
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Are you sure that you got the transmission full? ...

Are you sure that you got the transmission full?

There may be some air in system that needs to work it's way out.

You can jack up the drive wheels off the ground, then start up your mower and...
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30112 is the model for the tractor and shows to...

30112 is the model for the tractor and shows to have a peerless 700 series transmission. This unit does not use gear oil but rather grease I think it's called bentonite, but I am not sure. It comes...
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If you can provide a model and serial number, I...

If you can provide a model and serial number, I can look that info up for you. Want to be sure the info is accurate.
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If it was used with the proper oil mix, I cannot...

If it was used with the proper oil mix, I cannot imagine that it would need all this work. I would expect that the carburetor would need to be rebuilt and perhaps the fuel lines may also need...
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Well that is unusual. I looked up the IPL for...

Well that is unusual. I looked up the IPL for the model number you posted, and the part number off your old belt is what shows to be the correct one, and since it is a couple of inches longer,...
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Yes, here is a tip. The belt you are trying to...

Yes, here is a tip. The belt you are trying to install is the wrong one for your rider. It's too short, and if you somehow get it on, it will not disengage when the clutch / brake is depressed.
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I would also like to add that the transmission I...

I would also like to add that the transmission I am referring to has two large round discs on the top that are held down with clamp arm on each one. Removing the discs allows access to add fluid to...
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What type of transmission does it have. the Hi -...

What type of transmission does it have. the Hi - Lo forward and reverse type or is it a hydro. I am not sure about the Hydro but the old gear drive HI - LO used 30 wt motor oil.
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Many hour meters on riding mowers count the time...

Many hour meters on riding mowers count the time that the key is in the hour position, regardless of whether the engine is running or not. If the key was turned on and left on say for a week, then...
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Depending on your specific model number, it is...

Depending on your specific model number, it is generally held on with a spring type "E" clip or horseshoe type clip. Just pry them up with a small screw driver or needle nose pliers. Be careful...
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Looking at the IPL for your unit, there appears...

Looking at the IPL for your unit, there appears to be 5 relays. It does not matter that the safety switches are bypassed, as all that has done is eliminate the switch as the possible problem. The...
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Can you post the model and serial number of your...

Can you post the model and serial number of your mower?

I believe there are a couple of relays that interlock the safety switches on your unit, could be the one that interlocks the pto is getting...
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No they are not hard to replace, go to...

No they are not hard to replace, go to www.kohlerplus.com
you can download a service manual for your engine there.

You have to use internet explorer to access the site, but you can log on as a...
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Yes, I have used them before and they work...

Yes, I have used them before and they work alright, but I think the points and condenser work better. (easer starting)
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This can indicate a plugged or restricted air...

This can indicate a plugged or restricted air bleed in the carburetor. A complete and through cleaning of the carburetor will likely take care of this problem.
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Well Kawasaki does recommend replacing both sides...

Well Kawasaki does recommend replacing both sides when one fails.

Your problem could be another thing entirely. These engines have solid lifters and push rods that require periodic adjustments....
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The flywheel key is the most likely culprit. ...

The flywheel key is the most likely culprit. It's probably sheared and is out of time.
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The 3 piece oil ring is fine. If the new rings...

The 3 piece oil ring is fine. If the new rings are chrome then you don't need to hone the cylinder, otherwise I would hone it.
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Correct! No timing is needed to produce an...

Correct!

No timing is needed to produce an ignition spark. Timing may be required however if the magneto assembly was not install back in it's original position.

If your not getting a spark,...
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Most likely it's leaking at the inlet needle on...

Most likely it's leaking at the inlet needle on the float. The fuel solenoid will not and I repeat will not keep an engine from flooding, no matter what! If the engine runs then the solenoid is...
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