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jk

02-19-2008 14:14:51




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some one told me a week or so ago a 515 series 2 gov. spring on a C will incerse the RPMs and make it come alive. my question is, is it the spring in the linkage, or in the inside of the govoner? thanks




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jk

02-20-2008 12:22:18




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 Re: C-CA gov in reply to jk, 02-19-2008 14:14:51  
when i called my agco dealer, the guy asked me if it was the sping in the linkage or inside the govoner, i fiuerd it was the one in the linkage but wanted to make sure.



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mlpankey

02-19-2008 16:44:41




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 Re: C-CA gov in reply to jk, 02-19-2008 14:14:51  
Its a d 15 series 2 spring. the picture dick l shows is the spring .its visible on the top outside of govenor. high idle is 2200 full load rpm is 2000. b c and ca all ran the same compression 5.7 if i remember correctly the only difference is the ca turned more rpms but it still didnt turn the rpms of the 160 cube motor in the series 2 d 15.



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DickL

02-19-2008 14:51:39




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 Re: C-CA gov in reply to jk, 02-19-2008 14:14:51  
There are no springs on the inside of the governor.


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