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Hello I am a first time user, My name is Bob I have a Kohler question.

I was wondering how you tell which head is the # 1 or 2 head on a Kohler C V 750 I need to replace one at the local golf course?

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    Re: Hello I am a first time user, My name is Bob I have a Kohler question. 2017/04/26 10:09:55 (permalink)
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    From Service Manual, 2nd note

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    Re: Hello I am a first time user, My name is Bob I have a Kohler question. 2017/05/18 06:02:57 (permalink)
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    All twins cylinders have one cylinder offset to the other. Looking from the direction that shows the top of heads reference the spark plugs or other common feature to both heads and you will see that one is closer to the cooling fan than the other. Number one should be the closest to the fan/flywheel side
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