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
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.
Today's Featured Article - History of the Cockshutt Tractor - by Danny Bowes (Dsl). The son of a very successful Toronto and Brantford, Ontario merchant, and himself quite an entreprenuer, James G. Cockshutt opened a business called the Brantford Plow Works in 1877. In 1882, the business was incorporated to become the Cockshutt Plow Company. Along with quality built equipment, expedious demand and expansion made Cockshutt Plow Works the leader in the tillage tools sector of the farm equipment industry by the 1920's.
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Two rear tires and spin out rims. 16.9x28 on there now. Help me out. I dont mind going with a different size but stay kind of close. Please contact me asap.
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