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B govener weights

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jdjack

02-04-2013 19:28:13
174.124.110.99



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I am looking for 2 govener weights part #ac667r.
they are still avaible through deer at $118.00 each. Anybody know of a different source.




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Wilamayb

02-05-2013 14:40:18
164.144.248.26



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 Re: B govener weights in reply to jdjack, 02-04-2013 19:28:13  
I'm with the others in saying just repin the old ones. Also put the radius back on the fingers so that they dont hang on the flat spot when contacting the bearing race. Make them round and silky smooth. install a new throttle spring and you'll be impressed at how well your governor controls engine speed.



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MSD

02-05-2013 10:11:39
67.4.60.129



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 Re: B govener weights in reply to jdjack, 02-04-2013 19:28:13  
You can put oversize pins in if the weights themselves are good yet.



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Mike Aylward

02-05-2013 06:51:27
216.145.134.145



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 Re: B govener weights in reply to jdjack, 02-04-2013 19:28:13  
Nearly any Waterloo two-cylinder tractor (except the late B and D's, possibly others) use this same weight. Good ones should be available in any salvage yard. Mike



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rickdeere

02-05-2013 07:14:12
108.225.164.224



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 Re: B govener weights in reply to Mike Aylward, 02-05-2013 06:51:27  
i also have a good set in a modle H john deere would they be the same?????



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Harvey 2

02-05-2013 06:05:58
74.128.149.135



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 Re: B govener weights in reply to jdjack, 02-04-2013 19:28:13  
John Deere has gone crazy with their prices on the old tractors. Seems like they have the attitude that if people want to keep the old tractors running, they are going to pay (dearly) at that was a pun.



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Mike M

02-06-2013 08:26:43
24.140.0.120



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 Re: B govener weights in reply to Harvey 2, 02-05-2013 06:05:58  
I have a 5105 tractor and priced a seat and tie rod ends $$$$$ WOW !!!! Seat covering is cracked apart as is the boots on the tie rod ends that they don't sell seperately. Nothing is cheap priced anymore. Just cheaply made.



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Rick deere

02-04-2013 20:00:35
67.231.40.38



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 Re: B govener weights in reply to jdjack, 02-04-2013 19:28:13  
I have some out of a 1950 b john deere id sell email is open



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jdjack

02-05-2013 04:38:57
174.124.110.99



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 Re: B govener weights in reply to Rick deere, 02-04-2013 20:00:35  
The 1950 B's are a different part number. Not sure if they fit.



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jdjack

02-05-2013 04:36:53
174.124.110.99



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 Re: B govener weights in reply to Rick deere, 02-04-2013 20:00:35  
was looking for new



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Big Jugs

02-05-2013 14:09:18
24.214.190.130



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 Re: B govener weights in reply to jdjack, 02-05-2013 04:36:53  
Don't pay for new. Just redrill, bush out, and new pin.



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