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BN governor question

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Charlie M

04-11-2020 10:32:05

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Finally got my BN I bought last fall running. When I bought it the guy said sometimes when you start it up it goes straight to high rpms and it did today when I started it. By manually working the rod from the governor to the carb I got it to slow down and it stay working normally while I had it running. I don't see any external linkages binding. I've never worked on any of those governors - what should I be looking for.

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04-12-2020 00:01:08

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 Re: BN governor question in reply to Charlie M, 04-11-2020 10:32:05  
You need to take the governor apart and see what is happening. You should get at least an I & T manual for that tractor.


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04-11-2020 15:59:24

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 Re: BN governor question in reply to Charlie M, 04-11-2020 10:32:05  
Gov. housing is probably full of condensation causing the cross shaft bushings to stick. At least that happened to my Super C years ago.

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04-11-2020 11:59:19

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 Re: BN governor question in reply to Charlie M, 04-11-2020 10:32:05  
Something in the carb, the butterfly must be broke, or is nilly willy, that's got to be tough on the motor!

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