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biggu10579

04-07-2018 13:43:37




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I just bought a Farmall cub. It starts fine and it idles fine but you just touch the gas lever it takes off like a jet. There's no happy medium.




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BarnyardEngineering

04-09-2018 05:51:44




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 Re: cub running wild in reply to biggu10579, 04-07-2018 13:43:37  
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Broken stuff.

Seriously. Broken stuff. That's usually the problem. You take it apart, pieces fall out. Replace the pieces and everything's okay again... There isn't all that much in there.

The spring is external and can be seen from I believe the left side of the tractor if you shine a light in there. Check that first.



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khouse6

04-07-2018 17:55:58




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 Re: cub running wild in reply to biggu10579, 04-07-2018 13:43:37  
governor or linkage



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oldiron29

04-07-2018 16:09:07




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 Re: cub running wild in reply to biggu10579, 04-07-2018 13:43:37  
Jump over to Farmall Cub.com I think they have a how to forum that should tell you or youtube you to fix it.



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joshua rod

04-07-2018 14:19:44




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 Re: cub running wild in reply to biggu10579, 04-07-2018 13:43:37  
I believe old iron is right. Only other thing it could be is that the linkage doesn’t move freely and it gets hung up in one position or the other.



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biggu10579

04-07-2018 14:03:37




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 Re: cub running wild in reply to biggu10579, 04-07-2018 13:43:37  
Never took my apart. What should I be looking for?



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oldiron29

04-07-2018 13:52:41




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 Re: cub running wild in reply to biggu10579, 04-07-2018 13:43:37  
Governor spring or thrush bearing failure



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