Topic: Re: 1950 Farmall H Governor Not Slowing All The Way Down
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Success!!!! I pulled the carb and then realized the tube from the governor telescopes so you can connect that with the carb down where you can see the butterfly before bolting the carb to the manifold. I hadn't noticed it before because it was dark and it was really covered in grime. I did need to loosen the screws on the tube flange on the governor end to get just a little more movement. When I had put it together the first time I had the pin not in the slot, but on the idle speed adjusting screw side so it would push it wide open, but wouldn't pull it back. Got it together and confirmed the butterfly was locked to the governor correctly. I've never been so happy to hear governor hunting.
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