FH721V Cub Cadet Z-Turn Replacment Option

With the FH Series engines being discontinued we are working to be able to provide valid replacements for these here is a possible option for the FH721V-AS09 for Cub Cadet Z-Turn Applications.

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49M977-1036-G5

Professional Series

Briggs & Stratton Vertical Shaft
30.0 Gross Horsepower

1 1/8″ x 4 5/16″ Crankshaft
Crankshaft Tapped 7/16-20
Electric Start
16 Amp DC charging system
Remote Controls
Has fuel pump
Oil Pump with filter & Oil Cooler
No muffler
No fuel tank

*** Cyclonic Air Filter ***

How does it work?

Step 1 – Commercial-style metal rotating screen throws large
pieces of debris away from engine. Smaller debris is then sent
through the screen to be chopped into smaller particles.
Step 2 – The fan forces many of the chopped particles into a deflector
under the blower housing, ejecting many of them down and
away from the engine.
Step 3 – A series of baffles and an ejector chute help prevent debris and
dirt from reaching the air cleaner housing.
Step 4 – The debris particles are spun to the outside of the air cleaner
housing, then are driven out of the air cleaner housing
through a duckbill-shaped valve.
Step 5 – Large cyclonic air cleaner removes remaining particles.

Click image above to see a cut-away of the filter system.

Dura-Bore cast iron cylinder sleeve for extended life
Maintenance-free Magnetron electronic ignition
Full pressure lubrication with premium spin-on oil filter
Platinum Spark Plugs for extended life
Overhead valve design (OHV) for cooler operation and longer valve life
Buyer protection package provides two year consumer engine warranty

Also note that some engines may require use of old engine parts or items supplied by the oem to correctly interchange

If you would like for us to verify the application as shown or to check for availability on your original engine model, please contact our sales staff for assistance.

 

Kawasaki Engine Idenitification

Model Code

The model code is the first 6 characters (FH601V) and it is generally located on the engine block or fan shroud. the first two letters(FH) Indicate the series or engine family T or F indicates two stroke (T) or four stroke (F). The numbers 601 indicate the displacement of the engine  with the numbers ending in 1 representing a relative displacement. The sixth character (V) indicates the crank shaft orientation (V) vertical and (D) horizontal.

Spec Code

The spec code (AS01) indicates the recipe of parts needed to make that engine, and help to identify what manufacturer that engine was made for and is crucial for parts look up.

What if the tag is missing?

it is possible to find out what engine is on a machine by using the carburetor stamping number. This number is stamped directly onto the carb and identifies the exact carb part number in abbreviated form such as 32349 or 4439B. With a

Five digit format

  • Add 1500 to the beginning of the number
  • Carb 32349 becomes part number 15003-2349

Four digit followed by a letter

  • Add 31 to the beginning of the number
  • Add 6100 to the end of the number
  • Move the letter to the end
  • Carb 4339B becomes part number 314439-6100B

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Product Code Numbering Information

This page will describe how product codes are composed. Product code for 2 & 4-cycle Engine and Power Products consist of 3 segments. The first segment is 6 digits, the second segment is 4 digits, and the third is 2 digits. The third segment can be omitted.

All digits have a meaning – for example this is an Engine product code:


Digit Significance
1st Segment
1 Model (Product) Classification Code
1-2 Development Order or Product Type Code
3-5 Capacity Code
6 Detail Type Classification Code
2nd Segment
1 Specification Change Code
2 Main Market Code
3-4 Specification Code
3rd Segment
1-2 Additional Control Code

Model (Product) Classification Code

This letter shows product image as follows:

F
4-cycle engine
G
Generator
H
Hand held whole products
P
Unitized engine and transaxle
T
2-cycle engine

Development Order or Product Type Code

4-cycle Engine

FA Forced-air cooled, gasoline engine side valve, single cylinder, horizontal shaft, coolbore
FB Forced-air cooled, gasoline engine, side valve, single cylinder, vertical shaft
FC Forced-air cooled, gasoline engine, OHV, single cylinder, vertical shaft
FD Liquid-cooled, gasoline engine, OHV, 90° V-twin, vertical and horizontal shaft
FE Forced-air cooled, gasoline engine, OHV, single cylinder, horizontal shaft
FG Forced-air cooled, side valve, single cylinder, horizontal shaft
FH Forced-air cooled, gasoline engine, OHV, 90° V-twin, vertical and horizontal shaft
FJ Forced-air cooled, gasoline engine, OHV, single cylinder, horizontal, (second generation of FE )

2-cycle Engine

TH Forced-air cooled 2-cycle, gasoline engine, horizontal shaft, single cylinder for Brushcutter
TG Forced-air cooled 2-cycle, gasoline engine, horizontal shaft, single cylinder for Brushcutter
TE Forced-air cooled 2-cycle, gasoline engine, horizontal shaft, single cylinder for Mistduster/Blower
TEX Forced-air cooled 2-cycle, gasoline engine, horizontal shaft, single cylinder for Mistduster/Blower
TF Forced-air cooled 2-cycle, gasoline engine, horizontal shaft, single cylinder for general use

Unitized Engine and Transaxle

PA HC engine with hydro static transmission

Power Products

HA Brushcutter
HB Hedge Trimmer
HC Pump, Water pump
HD Pump, Semi trash
HE Hand Held Edger
HF Pump, Trash
HG Backpack Blower
GA Generator, 4-stroke engine, alternator type, self excited, double pole, single phase
GE Generator, OHV 4-stroke engine, alternator type, self excited, double pole, single phase

Capacity Code

2 & 4 cycle engine – Unitized transaxle – Brushcutter – Hand held Edger
Capacity code is shown by piston displacement in cubic cm. In the case of family series design, imaginary displacement is given in accordance with the output. In this case, the imaginary displacement is shown with one, “1” in the last digit.

Hedge trimmer: Capacity code is shown by the blade length in mm.

Blower: Capacity code is shown by the maximum air volume in cubic feet / min rounded-up to nearest 100 number.

Pump: Capacity code is shown by the discharge port diameter in inches x10

Generator: Capacity code is shown by generator out put in wattage


Detail Type Classification Code

In the case of 4 cycle engines, PTO shaft configuration is described using the codes in the following table:

V Vertical Crankshaft PTO
H Horizontal Crankshaft PTO
G Horizontal 1/2 reduction PTO

Specification Change Control Code

In certain design changes which affect the interchangeability, appearance, pricing, etc. this code is changed alphabetically.


Main Market Code

In the case for the U.S.A. market, the code is S.


Specification Code

This code is used to identify different specifications of the same model. The differences could be types of control panels, mufflers, starting options etc.


Additional Control Code

This code is an additional control code for specifications such as packaging.

Kohler Replacements For Kawasaki Engines

The chat below is a conversation that  we have alot about the FC420V and FB460v replacement engines,which Kawasaki does not make anymore and maybe this will help with your questions about these engines.

I have also posted the links to the Kohler replacement engines below.

Click here to See PA-41582 You can also see a line drawing of this engine at the bottom of our web page to see if  the oil filter placement will be a problem on your equipment.

Click here to See PA-41583

Jason: Hello there, I am looking for a price on a FB460v kawasaki motor and a FC420v.
Gary: Hello Jason,  What kind of equipment are your working with??
Jason: The FB460V is followed by KS08 meaning it is FB460V – KS08 and the
Jason: walk behind mowers
Gary: what brand mower
Jason: and the other is FC420V-CS07
Jason: Toro 44″ walk behind with electric clutch for the FB460V
Jason: and a kees 36″ walk behind has the FC420V with manual lever clutch
Gary: Most customers buy the Kohler CV15-41582 or the 41583 to replace these engines.  (Kawasaki doesn’t make single cylinder engines any more).
Jason: will that motor work on both of them
Gary: The 41582 has the electric clutch alternator but we have had a few problems with interference on the oil filter placement.
Gary: The 41583 has the kawasaki style oil filter placement but doesn’t have the electric clutch alternator.
Gary: The 41582 is cheaper and would work on either if you don’t have any oil filter issues.
Gary: If you pull up the engines online you can see the placement of the filter on the back side near the above deck gear boxes.  (that is the problem if we see one.)
Jason: how’s the pricing on it.  What we could do is get one here and look at it and see if it would work for the other mower
Gary:  shipping.  (UPS typically)
Jason: online on your website?
Gary: yes
Jason: looking
Gary: 41582 Link