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what year is my tractor?

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10-18-2006 06:40:18

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I just picked up a tractor and I'm trying to get it running. I admit tractor are a new territory for me I'm used to using cars & trucks.

The serial number stamped on the side where all the gauges are says model #G430 with a serial #8250585. Do you know what year this tractor is?

Right now I'm trying to figure out why the governor isn't working but again I don't know that much about tractors. Any information or direction on where I can go would be greatly appreciated.

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Gene Dotson

10-18-2006 12:16:14

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 Re: what year is my tractor? in reply to scottyd, 10-18-2006 06:40:18  
Tractor is a 1964 model.

To adjust the governor, with the tractor not running, disconnect the linkage at the carburetor and open the hand throttle to the full open position and leave it. Next hold the carburetor arm against the wide open stop pin. Adjust the governor to carburetor rod so the pin will just slip in with no resistance. This should let the governor work properly. To check the adjustment with the linkage connected, use a 1/16" drill for a gauge between the throttle arm and wide open stop pin.. Remember to close the throttle before you start the engine... Gene

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