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Hello group,
Can anyone supply me with the Kohler part number for the exhaust flange gasket for my 1977 Case 222 with K301 engine (Spec # 47588)

My local Kohler parts distributor does not have a parts listing for that spec number. He says that the K series are no longer supported but that if he had the correct Kohler part number he would be able to bring it in for me.

Any help would be appreciated.

Best regards to all.

Ron Wenzel
 

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Hi Group,
Thanks Bob & Tom. Yes, I've been on to that site. Actually, I down loaded the entire parts catalogue in PDF for the K301. The gasket in question is not listed anywhere in the catalogue which led my local Kohler dealer to surmise that it might be a proprietary Case part, as is the exhaust system. My next step will be to contact an Ingersoll dealer for help although I realize that the Ingersolls use newer types of engines.

Any other suggestions would be appreciated.

Cheers,

Ron
 

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What does the correct parts manual for your tractor say? If it shows the part and says the part is C-xxxx---, then it is most likely a Case part, not a Kohler part and Brian or Tom are the most logical sources.
 

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Tom, I don't have the correct Case parts manual. The one I have is for 1969/70 220, 222 & 442 models. They use a different exhaust system than my 1977 222 but I think that the flange gasket is the same. In that manual it's listed as part number C 10372.
I'll get one from Tom or Brian.

Thanks for your help.

Ron
 

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Ron,
Go to Eastman's website. http://www.ingersolltractors.com

Click on the link to the illustrated parts

Click on the X on the green bar for the compact tractor with no power steering and find the correct manual for your serial and model numbers. Print it out or just download it to a file on your hard drive.
 

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Don't use a gasket. Just apply some silicone sealer instead. Silicone won't burn out like a gasket will. A gasket will flatten over time, allowing the bolts to loosen. But using silicone sealer will allow positive metal-to-metal contact, which keeps the bolts securely tight, plus it fills in any imperfections between the two metals, eliminating exhaust leaks.
 

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Well ... not so sure about using silicon sealer on an exhaust flange, but maybe there is an appropriate product I am not using.

At any rate, the Kohler gasket is 235122-S. I have them in stock and would be happy to mail one across.

It is odd that the gasket doesn't show in the Kohler parts listing for the Case spec engine, but it does show on dozens of others.

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Brian,
I'm not trying to be difficult here at all. There are a wide variety of silicone base sealants out there. Some are used to hold aquariums together such as the CLEAR silicone while there are kitchen and bath caulks that come in a wider variety of colors.

Now I heard you loud and clear when you said any sealant but I have to wonder if you are including these as well because after all, we are talking about a very hot exhaust pipe here.
 

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Hi Guys,
Thanks for the advice on silicone sealant, however I'm a little averse to silicone in hi temp areas. I have used muffler paste which hardens up and fills any imperfections and will definitely stand the heat.

My local Kohler dealer has found the Kohler part number in the K 321 catalogue but it is on back order. Brian, I'll order one from you if it's wrong.

We'll see if it's the correct one when it arrives. Thanks again for your advice.
Ron
 
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