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case 830 throttlelinkage

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08-16-2006 05:41:06

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I'm on a mission to find a part for a case 830... on the right hand side of the block, there is a throttle rod that goes into the governor. It has a spring and what looks like a collar with a a set screw according to the parts diagram. Case had the spring, but not the collar. I'd like to find a used one, but if that's not available, can someone give me some dimensions so I can turn one out on my lathe? I don't really understand how it works, (mine's gone, so I can't tinker with it to see) ANY information would be appreciated.

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c hess

08-16-2006 16:13:09

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 Re: case 830 throttlelinkage in reply to sgtbull, 08-16-2006 05:41:06  
If it is the long rod that goes from front to back of engine it has spring connected to cotter pin through rod to pull it back to idle-- no collar that i know of on diesel.Spring is connected to little rightb angle piece at front of engine

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08-16-2006 13:11:47

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 Re: case 830 throttlelinkage in reply to sgtbull, 08-16-2006 05:41:06  
Is your 830 a gas? I couldn't find what you describe on my diesel....jim

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08-16-2006 16:16:58

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 Re: case 830 throttlelinkage in reply to ld5030, 08-16-2006 13:11:47  
Not familiar with gas but could have asimple collar like old sc to act as stop. You can get them at ace hardware

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