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Governor question for Dr Allis or any Allis expert

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J Hamilton

09-06-2020 20:27:44




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I have a 47 B the governor pivot pin has came out (pic from book attached) how does this pin stay in place? How do I fix this? Thanks




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DrAllis

09-07-2020 06:08:54




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 Re: Governor question for Dr Allis or any Allis expert in reply to J Hamilton, 09-06-2020 20:27:44  
Press fit, yes. I always take a center punch and lay the stem on its side and hammer several dimples in it to make it look like a golf ball. How many you give it depends on how loose it is!!!! so don't overdo it !! Clean the hole and the stem with brake kleen and air and use plenty of Loctite and let cure for at least overnite.



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J Hamilton

09-07-2020 06:40:25




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 Re: Governor question for Dr Allis or any Allis expert in reply to DrAllis, 09-07-2020 06:08:54  
Thank you. It's pretty loose, I've done the dimple thing with a punch (we call it peening) before to keep a bearing race from turning.



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Aaron SEIA

09-07-2020 04:26:14




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 Re: Governor question for Dr Allis or any Allis expert in reply to J Hamilton, 09-06-2020 20:27:44  
Common issue with those. I took a pair of pliers and gave it a good hard squeeze to knurl it just a bit. Drove it back in and it stays just fine. I've read of guys drilling and pinning it in place. I suppose a thin coat of JB Weld or a Lock Tite would work as well.

AaronSEIA



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J Hamilton

09-07-2020 05:54:21




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 Re: Governor question for Dr Allis or any Allis expert in reply to Aaron SEIA, 09-07-2020 04:26:14  
Thank you. So it's just press fit in the housing?



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4wdtom

09-07-2020 05:51:33




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 Re: Governor question for Dr Allis or any Allis expert in reply to Aaron SEIA, 09-07-2020 04:26:14  
And maybe some loctite.



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