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Re: 1926 Pickering Governor Regular Questions

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12-11-2013 20:22:55

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from the pics you posted, the governor is not the pickering attachment. Here are some pictures of a NOS Pickering Governor Attachment I have for the 10-20

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12-12-2013 16:14:45

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 Re: 1926 Pickering Governor Regular Questions in reply to nosih, 12-11-2013 20:22:55  
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nosIh is correct, they all had the round governor housing you show in your pic up until engine serial #QC8827.(march of 27) which has the more square housing and enclosed carb linkage. Even though you don't have a Pickering ball governor it is still an early "regular" Farmall and worth saving. The tractor serial number should be the same and the QC tractors were built at Tractor Works before the Farmall Works were completed and the serial numbers changed to the T prefix.

Now if I read your post right you want to use a 22-36 as a parts tractor? Other than nuts and bolts practically NOTHING will fit the Farmall. You need another regular or F20.

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12-12-2013 16:28:43

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 Re: 1926 Pickering Governor Regular Questions in reply to 36F30, 12-12-2013 16:14:45  
sorry for the post I am working on a 22-36 at the same time. I worded it wrong

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