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Govenor help

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adam

02-02-2003 17:07:10




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I have a 47 Allis that I am tractor pulling with. I have an E Gleaner engine in it and am having problems with the govenor. When I am pulling under a load the govenor is not working it does not throttle up. It runs and idles great. Please help could this be in the carberator or the govenor its self please help me figure this out so I can pull great. Thanks




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Zonie

02-05-2003 20:58:06




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 Re: govenor help in reply to adam, 02-02-2003 17:07:10  
I may be wrong but I think the gleaner governor is different from a tractor governor. I think the governor needs to be changed to the gov. off the WC engine. Correct me if I'm wrong!
Also you should change the governor spring to the D-17 spring!



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Gordon

02-02-2003 20:53:41




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 Re: govenor help in reply to adam, 02-02-2003 17:07:10  
Did the gov work all right in the combine? With engine off open throdle handle wide open look at the throdle lever on carb to see if it is wide open.If not Loosen set screw and ajust or slide rod so it pulls harder on the spring. It would be easyer to ajust at idle if you go to far it will not come down to a good idle.



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