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Cat D2 pony motor governor spring

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09-26-2004 18:46:44

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My great-uncle has an old D2 Cat with a broken governor spring on the pony motor. He thinks that this spring should be same as D4 or D6 because they used the same pony motor. Does anyone have a spring they"d be willing to sell or know of a source. New or used...doesn"t matter. Any help would be appreciated.


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09-28-2004 17:08:54

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 Re: Cat D2 pony motor governor spring in reply to Curtis, 09-26-2004 18:46:44  

Have you tried your local Cat dealer? They may surprise you.

I rebuilt my old D-2 (5J407) a few years ago and out of the dozens of parts I ordered, only a handful were obsolete.

If you strike out, let me know. I have a friend that may be able to help you.

Good luck,
Scott Goff

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09-29-2004 14:39:22

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 Re: Cat D2 pony motor governor spring in reply to Shovelman, 09-28-2004 17:08:54  
Thanks Scott,

You were right, the dealer was able to order it. I just kinda figured wouldn"t carry parts for a machine like that anymore. It was a little pricey, but will sure be nice to have.

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10-03-2004 15:35:05

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 Re: Cat D2 pony motor governor spring in reply to Curtis, 09-29-2004 14:39:22  

Glad it worked out. Many wonder why Cat is still #1. This is one reason why.


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