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For now I would focus on your carb and having good spark. By pulling the carb drain you are checking flow to the bowl. All well and good, but what matters is having flow THROUGH the bowl.
There's lots of tiny passages in there can easily be blocked restricting fuel flow into the cylinder for combustion. A thorough cleaning would be my first option.
If you crack the throttle wide open you should be able to get it going without bogging down. All the governor does is regulate engine rpm based on load. Your tractor would technically run without one, but you would be constantly adjusting the throttle.
Low oil is not related.
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