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Re: H3 governor

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Bob Bancroft

07-24-2013 14:54:19

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That stop bracket and bolt was not on the early engines-it's not all that important. You should be able to adjust the hand throttle lever-to-governor lever linkage so that when the hand lever is wide open, the gov. lever pictured is almost touching the gov. output lever- which is hiding behind the lube fitting in your picture. You did take the oil lines off didn't you? Or are they missing? The governor spring that is calibrated to give you a specified wide open speed is the one pictured. So there's only weights inside. And yes, the gov. to carb. adjustment is made with the carb. wide open. But you also need to be sure the gov. is wide open. Any idle adjustments are made at the carb.

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nj tom

07-24-2013 15:24:21

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 Re: H3 governor in reply to Bob Bancroft, 07-24-2013 14:54:19  
yes I took off the oil lines to make sure I had oil.

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09-09-2013 13:15:07

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 Re: H3 governor in reply to nj tom, 07-24-2013 15:24:21  
H3 is the same as a D-14 engine? anyways my AC Model D motorgrader (same engine as the D-17) all of a sudden (a few winters ago while plowing snow) rpms started racing or it would shut off. The fellows here told me it was the weights in my Govenor that blew apart. So I took the dist/gov assembly apart and yes the weights were totally disinegrated in lots of pieces. Had to find correct weights (the ones from a gleener E engine dont work) had to pull the engine, oil pan, and front timing cover to check the gears (yes they were broken too). So I replaced the timing gear, and the weights, new oil and gaskets and yahoo the problem was solved. Possible this is the same problem.

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