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1020 throttle

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08-13-2014 18:11:29

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throttle no longer stays in place where do I start adjusting it is a gas keep sake my dad bought new Thanks

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08-13-2014 21:03:24

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 Re: 1020 throttle in reply to rlh22, 08-13-2014 18:11:29  
Looks like there's spring-loaded friction discs on the rod from the steering lever that varied with serial number.

They could be worn or the spring-loaded mechanism that keeps tension on them could have rusted solid and need freeing up.

You'll have to take a look and see what you've got.

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Cliff Nelson

08-14-2014 05:08:53

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 Re: 1020 throttle in reply to Bob, 08-13-2014 21:03:24  
Check for broken or missing roll pins also. I've seen that before.

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Richard in Bee

08-14-2014 09:20:27

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 Re: 1020 throttle in reply to Cliff Nelson, 08-14-2014 05:08:53  
All I can say is good luck. I've got one of the first two versions, can't remember which because it has been a couple of years since I had it apart. I replaced the disks, which is quite a bit of work and it still creeps up.
Apparently Deere knew it was a problem since they had three different designs during the eight or nine years of production.

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08-15-2014 07:27:45

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 Re: 1020 throttle in reply to Richard in Bee, 08-14-2014 09:20:27  
Richard in Bee
The first version shut off with the throttle. The lever hinged up a little allowing it to be moved a little more like the Waterloo tractors.
I guess the next version was for electric shut off.

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Richard in Bee

08-15-2014 07:51:56

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 Re: 1020 throttle in reply to D-, 08-15-2014 07:27:45  
Mine is a gas burner so I shut it off with a key. :D
But I know what you are saying.

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