PA-WH208-0004 SNOW PRO WH208 6 HP HORIZONTAL ENGINE
Professional grade winter design. The Kohler Snow PRO is engineered to perform in the coldest, harshest conditions. Featuring Kohler exclusive Arctic Shield to prevent controls from freezing and maintain optimal operating temperature
and starting reliability.
This engine is a drop-in replacement for the following engines (depending on the model of snow thrower):
Tecumseh LH195SA (HSSK50), OH195SA (OHSK 55, 60, 70),
OH195SP (OHSK 75)
Briggs Snow Series: Model 525 (148cc) to 900 (205cc)
Snow MAX Series: Model 800 (205cc) to 900 (205cc)
- Overhead Valve
- Cast Iron Cylinder Bore
- PTO Main Ball Bearing
- 208 cc Displacement
- Net Horsepower - 6.0 hp @ 3600 rpm
- Splash Lubrication
- Easy Fill Large Fuel Inlet and Cap
- 3.8 Quart Fuel Tank
- Easy Access Extended Yellow Dipstick
- Aluminum Flywheel
- Variable speed 1800-3600 rpm
- Ergonomic Mitten Grip Handle
- Internally Vented Carburetor
- Recoil Starter
- Manual (Push/Pull) Choke with Primer
- Electronic Ignition
- Muffler with Guard
- Internal Fuel Filter
- Textured Black Engine Cover
- RFI Compliant Standard Spark Plug
- Crankshaft - .75" x 2.42", 3/16" square key, 5/16-24 UNF-2B tap
- Flange Mounting Details in Product Spec
- EPA Phase II, CARB Tier II Exhaust Compliant
- Optional Electric Starter Kit: 1775503-S can be purchased
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Kohler Engines manufactures small engines for riding lawn mowers, garden tractors, walk-behind lawn mowers, concrete construction equipment, outdoor power equipment, welders, pressure washers and other products. The beginnings of Kohler engines can be traced back to 1920, when the Kohler Automatic Power and Light 1500-watt Model "A" generator set was introduced. Designed to serve rural markets, it delivered 110-volt DC current and was powered by a Kohler four-cylinder water-cooled cast iron gasoline engine.