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Allis G Governor

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Peter Campellone

02-16-2009 16:42:36




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Just purchased a new governor spring for my Allis G, put in on and now the tractor runs rough. The governor is kicking in. Can anyone tell me how to set this correctly?
Thanks ,
Peter




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DickL

02-16-2009 17:02:12




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 Re: Allis G Governor in reply to Peter Campellone, 02-16-2009 16:42:36  
The governor should not cause it to run rough. To set it you just want the damper screw to just remove the surge. You would screw it out until it surges and then turn it in a little at a time until the surge is gone.
Running rough could be fuel or spark. Kinda have to prove one out at a time to keep from getting mixed up.

Surge damper set screw located below the governor arm in picture looking at you when you peek behind the engine cover.

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Peter Campellone

02-17-2009 16:56:44




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 Re: Allis G Governor in reply to DickL, 02-16-2009 17:02:12  
Thanks joe,
Will try it tomorrow.
Peter



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JoeM(GA)

02-16-2009 18:47:45




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 Re: Allis G Governor in reply to DickL, 02-16-2009 17:02:12  
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Peter Campellone

02-17-2009 16:44:39




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 Re: Allis G Governor in reply to JoeM(GA), 02-16-2009 18:47:45  
Joe, Thanks alot, That is exactly what I needed.Will try it tomorrow night.
Thanks again,
Peter



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