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Re: Tony: foot throttle problem solved

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Tony in Mass.

01-15-2013 07:32:28

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Linkage. Linkagezz?? There are so many little rods under the dash to operater both controls, they might be too gummed up- or bent? or adjusted to last owners whims? I would give every joint a good dose of penetrating oil... or did you already do this? I had to readjust the links on the turf 20 because -with the Perkins 3, I needed a bit more umph... realized I had the power at the carb, but the pedal linkage was holding it back. Not easy on the back or fingertips, but had to be done. THEN she rev'd up and did a day's work...

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01-15-2013 08:56:37

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 Re: Tony: foot throttle problem solved in reply to Tony in Mass., 01-15-2013 07:32:28  
Everything was free and mostly new linkage as it was missing when I bought it. You have a Perkins 3 cylinder gas? I worked on one for some friends and not my favorite engine. Guzzled more gas than I thought it should, and changing plugs, forget it when engine was hot, as this had a vertical exhaust.

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Tony in Mass.

01-15-2013 09:55:19

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 Re: Tony: foot throttle problem solved in reply to Gov35, 01-15-2013 08:56:37  
Um. This is why people pick on me for not liking the 100 series sheet metal. The bloody spark plugs are 2 layers down! Lots of important things you can't get at on a gas 3, no so bad with a 134 or 212, but still not like having the whole affair just flop out of your way in one motion. My 3 is very efficent, bit less than a US gallon an hour going 1650 rpm, but no where near the war stories of the diesel version... it's just that... I hate diesels....

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