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1939 Allis Chalmers B - Model Carb Question

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Ron I

05-28-2008 17:10:17




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I have a 1939 B that i am in the middle of restoring, and cant seem to get to throttle linkage to operate. I replaced the spring that goes between the two rods and still nothing.You can move the hand lever back and forth and it does not move the rod to the carb at all. I also have a single bottom plow and all the lifting hardware if anyone is interested, I am in West Middlesex Pa.




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Kip-Utah

05-28-2008 20:19:00




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 Re: 1939 Allis Chalmers B - Model Carb Question in reply to Ron I, 05-28-2008 17:10:17  
Unless the engine is running it won't move the rod to the carb, as that's the function of the governor. Kip



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Ron I

05-29-2008 18:33:07




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 Re: 1939 Allis Chalmers B - Model Carb Question in reply to Kip-Utah, 05-28-2008 20:19:00  
Thanks for the info, i got it fired up tonight! It works just like you said.



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