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IH 184 loboy

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pilot199

05-10-2019 13:30:22




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My 184 loboy sat up for about 18 mths. so I cleaned & rebuilt the carburetor & also replaced points, condenser, rotor & dist. cap. Finally got it started but RPM would run away; so I disconnected the governor linkage & it idles about as it should.

My question is what could have taken place inside the governor to cause this while it sat up or did I just attach something backwards?? Any help is appreciated.

Gary

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John M

05-11-2019 04:46:02




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 Re: IH 184 loboy in reply to pilot199, 05-10-2019 13:30:22  
MAke sure your cable is moving right.



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Fritz Maurer

05-10-2019 17:51:58




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 Re: IH 184 loboy in reply to pilot199, 05-10-2019 13:30:22  
one thing that can happen is the cotter pin attaching the governor rod to the throttle lever can contact the throttle shaft boss and jamb the throttle if it is too long or bent in the wrong direction. I sincerely doubt anything went wrong with the governor just from sitting 18 months, provided it was working before.



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pilot199

05-11-2019 22:37:11




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 Re: IH 184 loboy in reply to Fritz Maurer, 05-10-2019 17:51:58  
Got it up & running. The spring & associated lever were gummed up pretty good.

Tractor is running fairly smooth & accelerates well. I don't think that it's throttling up all the way though. I don't have a tach so I'm judging by past use & the sound it made.

Gary



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pilot199

05-10-2019 21:36:23




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 Re: IH 184 loboy in reply to Fritz Maurer, 05-10-2019 17:51:58  
I'll look that over; thanks for the reply.

Gary



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