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Re: allis chalmers model b - control arm coming out of governor?

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Bob Bancroft

07-28-2014 07:13:53

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I'm pulling this from memory, so without looking at a picture, nor having worked on one in a while, take all this with a "grain of salt".

I assume you're talking about the post sticking up out of the top of the gov. hsng. That's a steel piece pressed into a soft metal hsng. On very early B's, it was solid. Very soon though they added an oil line to it to spray down on the gov.

As I recall, it's not uncommon for that post to work loose in the housing, with all the years of pressure on it from the throttle control. If you can't find a good used housing, you'll have to do, or get someone to do some work to get that tight in there again.

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Dick L

07-29-2014 08:37:47

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 Re: allis chalmers model b - control arm coming out of governor? in reply to Bob Bancroft, 07-28-2014 07:13:53  
Correct, If you clean the hole well so all oil residue is gone and make sure the pin is knurled with plenty of grip, JB weld will hold it well. I have done two that way years ago and they have not failed. If needed you can use a chisel on the pin to give it grip.

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