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Govenor difference in b's

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06-07-2014 10:53:51

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Just wondering how much difference there is in the governor in the early styled B's (60000-95999) and the next models (96000-201000). Trying to find a service manual for the 60000 models has proven unfruitful. I need to pull the governor shaft out (it doesn't work) and I have the manual for 96000 and up.
Any and all helpful pointers would be greatly welcome.

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06-10-2014 05:03:21

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 Re: Govenor difference in b's in reply to thdrduck, 06-07-2014 10:53:51  
I wasn't able to remove the governor shaft all the way but got it pulled out far enough to see that the weights were missing (might be why it didn't work). I found them jammed in a hole in the block and using a trusty coat hanger was able to fish them out. They are a bit banged up and the holes are worn pretty bad. They seem hard to come by so I will try and fix what I have. Any suggestions would be welcome. Anyone ever have the weights come off?

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06-07-2014 13:16:32

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 Re: Govenor difference in b's in reply to thdrduck, 06-07-2014 10:53:51  
Book says high idle is 1340 & 1370 so basically nothing. Unstyled is less though.

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