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Chuck MA

08-08-2013 14:53:52




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can anyone please give me specs on case part # vt2434 accelerator spring case wants 40.00 plus shipping, this is on 57 case 310rn
what I had found on there was 3.5"x3/4" but picture shows a much longer and narrower spring thanks for your help did not find any specs for it in parts manual. "chuck




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Joe (Wa)

08-08-2013 16:15:23




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 Re: vt2434 spring in reply to Chuck MA, 08-08-2013 14:53:52  
3.5 x 3/4 is about the right dimension for the gov spring. The linkage return spring p/n was changed from VT2434 to A29988 last p/n interchange I have.

I bought the spring at a hardware store. Just measure an approx length with some added tension. Doesn't have to be perfect, it just pulls the throttle rod back. Any tension that may affect the gov can be cancelled out by adjusting the gov spring.

Joe

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chuckma

08-08-2013 16:47:53




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 Re: vt2434 spring in reply to Joe (Wa), 08-08-2013 16:15:23  
Thanks joe that's what t did works good but seems to keep idle just slightly higher I can move the gov control rod just slightly and it quiets it down it makes a big difference in noise level from the muffler when it pulled uptight it makes . The difference of being able to talk to some or not when the 310 is at idle idle that's why I was curios if there was a closer match
Chuck



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Joe (Wa)

08-08-2013 16:46:30




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 Re: vt2434 spring in reply to Joe (Wa), 08-08-2013 16:15:23  
Ok the best measurement I can get on the 310 w/o pulling the sheet metal all the way off is ~6" length cotter pin to cotter pin with throttle at zero. Dia is 5/16".

This is the hardware store spring not the Case spring.

Joe



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chuckma

08-09-2013 06:53:29




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 Re: vt2434 spring in reply to Joe (Wa), 08-08-2013 16:46:30  
Thanks again Joe always appreciate your help
Chuck



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