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john deere b camshaft/governor question

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tod.d

11-10-2012 18:15:49
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I unbolted the governor housing cap and the cam shaft housing cap under it so i could free up the cam followers. I got them free up and i was able to turn the cam shaft gear and everything was turning good along with fan and magneto gears. When i tightened the governor housing cap and cam housing cap, it would not turn over, it wouldnt even budge. So i loosened those bolts just a little and it all turned over like before. Is something not lining up or what i cant figure out why this would happen. If anyone has any ideas help would greatly apprciated. Thank you

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montidale

11-11-2012 07:54:13
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 Re: john deere b camshaft/governor question in reply to tod.d, 11-10-2012 18:15:49  
Tod I can't help you with you gov. question, but I've been looking for a book on restoring a n A john deere, What is the name and author of the restoration book you have?



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Mark-Ia

11-11-2012 06:11:44
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 Re: john deere b camshaft/governor question in reply to tod.d, 11-10-2012 18:15:49  
Did you take the cap completely off and renove the gov. gear from making contact with the camshaft? If so, the gov. gear and camshaft gear are timed together. There are 2 inverted v's that are used to time the gears. Don't mess with the gaskets at the gov. gear cap if you didn't remove the fanshaft also. Sounds like the bearing in the gov. cover cap isn't seated in the bearing race, binding things up.

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tod.d

11-11-2012 15:23:21
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 Re: john deere b camshaft/governor question in reply to Mark-Ia, 11-11-2012 06:11:44  
I did take the governor cover completly off i didnt mess with the gaskets or anything and no i didnt do anything with the fan gears. so timing shouldnt be out of place



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tod.d

11-10-2012 20:16:35
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 Re: john deere b camshaft/governor question in reply to tod.d, 11-10-2012 18:15:49  
i was just reading through a john deere restoration book and it said that the governor cover uses gaskets to adjust the lash between the two pinion gears. it also says its better to leave it a little loose then to go to tight because it wears the gears. So i guess i need to try that



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tod.d

11-10-2012 19:28:09
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 Re: john deere b camshaft/governor question in reply to tod.d, 11-10-2012 18:15:49  
i had the mag off so i then put it on to see if that was the problem and its still doing it. What should i do?



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greenmech

11-10-2012 18:39:39
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 Re: john deere b camshaft/governor question in reply to tod.d, 11-10-2012 18:15:49  
Did you have the mag off before you put the cap back on? If not may be binding at the coupling to mag. Ron Mn.



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