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Re: Another C governor question

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Dick L

03-26-2000 20:01:16




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I don't have a diagram so I'm not sure what bushing your refering to. The only bushing that I know of would be the one in your cover that the shaft runs in. The only spring for this type of a govener is external on top of the cover. There is a light spring on the carb linkage. The bearing on the inside, that runs against the fork has a spacer that goes between the govener weights and the fork. ( this might be what your seeing in the diagram) If your shaft is not bad, and the bearing is good, and the weights are free but not sloppy, your problem is most likely not under the cover.
I would suspect something simple like a carb adjustment or broken external springs. I hope this helps but let us know in any case.

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Duane

03-27-2000 16:09:57




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 Re: Re: Another C governor question in reply to Dick L, 03-26-2000 20:01:16  
Dick, you say the bearing has a spacer that goes between the governor weights and the fork; this may be the part I am missing but just for clarification, is there a bearing AND and a spacer (called a bushing in my diagram) that goes between the governor weights and the fork? Again, all of the diagrams I have show a spacer (bushing) between the bearing and the fork but mine does not have this. Without this spacer I would assume that the governor weights have to push the bearing further just to get the fork arm to move. Also, the weights are a little sloppy but I am not sure how much play is allowed.

Thanx.

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