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Re: TO35 Governor guts

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03-15-2014 17:27:14

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I did a LOT of poking, prodding, testing, adjusting and general messing well as proper adjustment........and it all came down to something UNDER the timing cover. In the reading that I did, it seems that if the bumper spring has been compressed (or bent) too far towards the front of the tractor, the governor has no action at all. And mine, well it didn't. Everything I could check before major surgery was checked and then checked again. The cup does not seem to be binding at all, the lever is not binding. The throttle linkage is all good, replaced all the knuckles, performed the adjustments to perfection............far as I know.
I am planning to be VERY careful with the adjustment of the bumper spring. But I guess, being as how it's not working now, if I break it off, I'm not any worse off.......sort of. If you look at the pics you can see where the governor cup has been rubbing on the timing least, that's what I think has been happening.

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03-15-2014 19:05:18

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 Re: TO35 Governor guts in reply to Inno, 03-15-2014 17:27:14  
Nay bloody worries mate! she'll be right! Take 2 Molson Goldens and call me in the morning. With or without my glasses on, looks normal to me... except ... are you talking about the dull shine where the balls are spinning inboard in the cover? I don't think that is ? unusual? Just don't break the casting bending things around in there.

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03-15-2014 21:21:28

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 Re: TO35 Governor guts in reply to Tony in Mass., 03-15-2014 19:05:18  
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Nope, I'm talking about the thin, fairly well defined line in pic 4 around and through the gov. lever.

Does someone have a picture of the timing cover with a "normal" bumper spring? I don't wanna bend things that shouldn't be bent.

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