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Re: Farmall cub engine

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CDrake

01-19-2013 12:33:21
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Ok; disconnected the governor linkage from the throddle rod, pushed the rod all the way back (open), pushed the throddle lever all the way forward. It lined up; however, there was some slop, so pulled the linkage back and reset the adjustable fork so the two would line up.
Started it; still hunting. Boy, frustrating......Governor spring weak?




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01-19-2013 16:37:04
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 Re: Farmall cub engine in reply to CDrake, 01-19-2013 12:33:21  
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You said "however, there was some slop," Therein could lie the problem, that I have been referring to all along. See if you can find a way to temporarily take up the "slop" and with the slop out of it see how it does. If that takes care of it perhaps you can drill out and put in a larger pin or whatever goes there, on your particular tractor. It is not uncommon for some engines to hunt a little when first started cold. most smooth out in a few seconds. Old Detroit Diesels would hunt for a minute or better when started cold.

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