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Carb/throttle return spring for '42 Allis B

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Mark In WV

05-03-2008 18:11:55




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I need the spring that goes from the throttle rod(attached to the carb) and appears to attach on the other end to one of the manifold bolts??

Anyone have one and can you verify the attachement point??

Thanks, Mark




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D13

05-05-2008 10:43:48




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 Re: Carb/throttle return spring for '42 Allis B in reply to Mark In WV, 05-03-2008 18:11:55  
That is the anit surge spring. If the problem is in the governing function and not surging it indicates other problems. th spring is very light and will help dampen out surges.



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Mark In WV

05-04-2008 17:39:38




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 Re: Carb/throttle return spring for '42 Allis B in reply to amo, 05-03-2008 18:40:15  
Thanks for the info. From my manual I can't tell if the top end of the spring connects to the manifold stud directly above the hole in the rod or if it connects to the stud closer to the front of the tractor?? I am guessing the one toward the front. The tractor doesn't govern very well and I am thinking this forward tension will regulate the governor better. Any help appreciated.

Mark



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