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Re: 770 cockshutt no power problem

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03-26-2013 19:31:02

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I just put a new fuel filter on, also all new fuel as I recently had to remove tank to replace throw out bearing. Will try a new filter cheap amd easy to do... I also put new points n condensor as well as plugs n wires.. I rebuilt the carb at that time as well. Should I pull the governor at this point?

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03-27-2013 03:02:40

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 Re: 770 cockshutt no power problem in reply to ryanbr, 03-26-2013 19:31:02  
You said: Should I pull the governor at this point? I would say not. You need to check fuel flow first. Unhook the fuel line and see if it runs agood stream for at leat 10 minutes in a bucket. You may need to rig of a plastic tube and see what your float level is and what the float level in the bowl is when it bogs down.

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03-26-2013 19:47:37

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 Re: 770 cockshutt no power problem in reply to ryanbr, 03-26-2013 19:31:02  
I see how it is now, I'd say you'll have it fixed, guess you won't know tell you drive it, hope you got it fixed, let us know. Like to see your tractor to if you could post pictures that'd be great, the cockshutt are pretty hard to find

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