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Re: The Sky Is Falling!

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Farmall Bob

01-04-2014 00:02:40

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Hi Jeffcat, I just love hearing these kind of stories. I parked my Gravely outside, removed the govenor, placed newspaper down on counter. Left the governor on the counter. we went into town as mom needed blood work. Came back disassembled the governor, what a mess, but it's all cleaned up, oiled up, and ready to go back on. I do have a major problem with it. Couldn't get it apart enough to change the bushing bearing. Have you ever change the bushing bearing? How is it done? Thanks.

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01-04-2014 01:13:32

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 Re: The Sky Is Falling! in reply to Farmall Bob, 01-04-2014 00:02:40  
NO I never got into a governor on a model :L: but mine has not been any trouble. Just remember that thing takes 30wt motor oil and fill it to the level plug. Many of those units got trashed cause of low oil. I would love to get hold of a "Snow Cannon" snow blower but most of them are for the rider tractors.
Just thought of it. Check "Gravely tractor club of America" web site. On the home page there is a listing for literature and manuals. You cannot beleave how much stuff is there!!! There might be a service sheet for the governor. I know the install sheet was there. Go for it! Jeffcat

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Farmall Bob

01-04-2014 04:40:57

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 Re: The Sky Is Falling! in reply to jeffcat, 01-04-2014 01:13:32  
Thanks Jeffcat I'll give it a try!

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