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Hobby Farmer 52

11-04-2012 06:43:03

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I have asked questions earlier on my WD mag when the drive pin sheared and then trying to re time it. With the help on this board I was able to get it back together and running fine for a while. It then started to run poorly eventually stalling and not restarting. When I took the mag off and lined the marks on flywheel up the grooves for the mag tabs are in completely different positions than before. The pin is good so is there something else that is worn or out of alignment behind the drive hub? Thanks for your help.

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11-04-2012 08:46:09

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 Re: WD Magneto in reply to Hobby Farmer 52, 11-04-2012 06:43:03  
The timing mark on the flywheel will come up twice 1 time for compression and one time for exhaust stroke so the rotor will be correct one time and then 180 off the next time so good chance you have #1 at TDC of the exhaust stroke

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Hobby Farmer 52

11-11-2012 19:02:24

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 Re: WD Magneto in reply to old, 11-04-2012 08:46:09  
I finally got around to looking at this and discovered the pin that goes through the shaft and gear in the govenor is sheared. Do you know where I can get parts for the govenor? I need the pin and the bearing that is on the piece with the weights does not turn so I am assuming it is froze. Thanks for the help. Dennis

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11-12-2012 07:28:49

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 Re: WD Magneto in reply to Hobby Farmer 52, 11-11-2012 19:02:24  
Check at an AGCO dealer they will most likely have it or if not they will probably have a clue as to where to find it

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11-04-2012 19:21:05

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 Re: WD Magneto in reply to old, 11-04-2012 08:46:09  
old, i have some questions about my 49" model c, can i email you directly? you can email me at joepermuko@hotmail.com if you do not want to post your email on here. thanks in advance!!!!

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11-04-2012 19:24:42

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 Re: WD Magneto in reply to jper, 11-04-2012 19:21:05  
My e-mail is always open on here so if you use classic you should see the send e-mail in the bottom of the page

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