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Eldon (WA)

05-13-2004 11:14:26




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My D17 governor started acting strange and then I heard a pop and then it knocked in the governor area. I got it home and took the governor apart and found everything is there but there was a piece of metal in the gear. I tested it with a magnet and it is not metallic, so I think it might be a piece of a key or something.....not a gear tooth anyway. Any ideas on what it might be? Should I put it back together and try it? I'm sure the metal in the gear was making the knocking noise.

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Chris

05-14-2004 08:23:00




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 Re: D17 Help in reply to Eldon (WA) , 05-13-2004 11:14:26  
If you found a foreign object in the govenor housing you had better determine where it came from before you run it again. Key stock is ferrous metal so it would be attracted to a magnet.And not likely a key would come out without something else obvious coming apart first. Piece of aluminum off a casting? Sounds like something is loose in there. Not a lot of clearance inside the govenor housing so you don't want things flying around! We looked for you at Lynden. Kevin said you were there but not wearing what you said you were going to. We were well marked as A-C people. Maybe some other time you make it over here.

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Eldon (WA)

05-14-2004 19:25:50




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 Re: Re: D17 Help in reply to Chris, 05-14-2004 08:23:00  
Yes I didn't realize it was going to be a lot cooler over there.....wound up with a sweatshirt on til afternoon. Guess I should have chose my cap. The morning flew by......talked to a couple of AC guys and before I knew it the tractor pull started. Then we went out to Kevin's place for awhile and saw his fleet.

I found a piece of lead from a previous governor weight failure that fell out of the D17. Fortunately the timing gears only grabbed a small piece of it.....it is back to running fine.

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