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Re: WD 45 Baseline settings

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04-06-2002 18:23:35

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well, since no-one else has replied, I will give my $.02 worth..!!!

I would turn IN the idle mixture all the way, then back it out about 1/2 to 3/4 turn. Then turn in the power needle ( at the bottom of the carb) all the way, then back it out 2 to 2 1/2 turns... These settings should get it running, but it will be on the rich side...be careful not to flood it, and when it starts, lean it in..... It should take very little choking...

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04-08-2002 11:41:02

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 Re: Re: WD 45 Baseline settings in reply to Ron, 04-06-2002 18:23:35  
what about the rest of the settings like, linkage
lengths from the set screw maybe a timing possiblity


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04-20-2002 07:43:54

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 Re: Re: Re: WD 45 Baseline settings in reply to Craig, 04-08-2002 11:41:02  
Regarding the throttle and governor linkages:

1. With the throttle lever at idle, the three fingered rocker widget under the gas tank should have it's middle finger roughly horizontal and forward (so the spring is almost over center) and the rod to the governor should be pushing the governor lever all the way forward.
2. With the throttle lever positioned full open and the above adjustment done previously, the rod on the left side from the governor arm to the carburetor should be a slip fit into the governot arm or with slight pressure to the fully open carburetor direction. If your tractor isn't running at all it's probably not due to a linkage misadjustment. Even with linkages misadjusted, it would likely run at some speed.

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