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Model C - Getting more power with woods rm 59 mowe

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05-05-2004 21:16:50

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My woods mower pulls down my engine really hard. Recently pulled carb and cleaned as well as points. Any sugestions on what to ajust first

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05-07-2004 10:54:24

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 Re: Model C - Getting more power with woods rm 59 in reply to Dobelly, 05-05-2004 21:16:50  
Make sure the front of the mower is lower than the rear

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05-07-2004 08:18:03

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 Re: Model C - Getting more power with woods rm 59 in reply to Dobelly, 05-05-2004 21:16:50  
Hey there,

Sounds like the governor may not be opening up under load. have you checked the connections between the governor and the carburetor? As I remember on mine (I'm not where I can go out and look right now, seems like there should be at least 3/16th's to 1/2" of movement in the arm. As the engine loads, those flyweights should cause the carburetor throttle to open up. give it a check. dave

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