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Re: What tractors also used the B/S cast iron motors

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Jeff Ogden

10-03-2013 05:36:32

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I do not have the correct throttle and cable so until I get the correct parts I am going to fabricate something to work,I have been watching on ebay since I bought it and nothing so far and since it was a short run with this motor it might be some time before the correct parts show up. The next time I get to a dealer I will bring along those part numbers and see if the parts are available still.

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10-03-2013 10:53:08

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 Re: What tractors also used the B/S cast iron motors in reply to Jeff Ogden, 10-03-2013 05:36:32  
Hi Jeff the Simplicity's and Aliis used that engine and they did it a bit different on them the is an "L" shaped bracket that mts to one of the intake bolts the throttle cable come over the top is attached to the "L" bracket and the cable then attaches to that vertical governor rod, you can see a hole in that rod about half way down, but the governor rod still needs to come up thur the hole and have a nut on it but a regular nut will work. If my brothers Simplicity was close I take a pic to show how it works and its as good a system as the other.

GB in MN

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