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When you installed the governor, did you ensure the internal weights were free?
What about the finger plate that pushes against the weights, is it installed and in good shape?
Where did you get the spring that is installed between the governor rockshaft and the throttle rod?
Are the holes worn or elongated as described above?
What about the woodruff key in the rockshaft going into the governor, is it tight or loose?
What, if anything, was done to the carb internals?
What are the exact RPM's at idle and when it goes full throttle?
Before you start cutting and modifying parts, I'm sure there is an easy fix to cure the tractors problems.
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