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Exmark zero turn motor

Posted by ingrand446 (My Page) on
Wed, Dec 28, 11 at 19:00

I have an Exmark Lazer Z HP that that I bought used about 4 years ago. It does not have any identification plate on the motor. The model # is LHP48118KC The S/n is 191508. Can anyone tell me how I can get this information. I have tried my local Exmark dealer but he couldn't or wasn't interested in getting it for me.


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RE: Exmark zero turn motor

Are you referring to a drive motor or the units engine? Either way it's back to the drawing board on model #s.


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RE: Exmark zero turn motor

the Kohler engine. it is an CV 18 I think.


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RE: Exmark zero turn motor

CV18S 61557 EXMARK MFG. 1998 ZTR EXMARK LAZER Z

You go to link below find engine that said was used in Exmart

LHP48118KC The 18KC means Kohler command

Here is a link that might be useful: exmart engine


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RE: Exmark zero turn motor

Gator may have nailed it. LHP4818KC (rather than LHP48118KC) with your serial shows as a 98 model. Original engine we hope. Too bad there is no sticker on the blower housing. So you are looking for specific engine parts or have a specific problem with it?


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RE: Exmark zero turn motor

you would think Kolher would stamp the model/S/N on the valve cover like briggs. But, that would require .15 extra in labor cost in Chenlow. Guess I better go etch my Kohler model number before he labe falls off?? Probably don't make difference all singles look the same except bore and stroke. Same with twins in the same series. I would guess the same foe the cheap courage would be the same also along with mags.


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Writing those #s down isn't a bad idea rc. Kohler labels don't fall off, but sometimes get unreadable due to cleaning chemicles washing the ink off. I've started a little black book in my phone w/ things like model #s, common this and thats like what size hole saws I have etc. Might be a good new years resolution!


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