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Super H gov spring

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Bill Jones

08-15-2001 14:33:04




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Last night I replaced the governor spring then I bush hogged and it ran fine.Today I was hogging and for the first hour it ran great,then it started reacting slow and didn't want to maintain speed.Any ideas besides replacing the whole gov? Also should there be tension on the spring at all times or only when the throttle is open? Thanks,Governor Bill




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Michael Soldan

08-15-2001 19:03:14




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 Re: Super H gov spring in reply to Bill Jones, 08-15-2001 14:33:04  
Bill, as was suggested grease up the bearings. I am suggesting you check the governor throttle shaft housing, the tube betweenthe carb and the governor....our old M was clogged with dirt so tight the throttle shaft wouldn't respond, cleaned her out and it worked like new...50+ years of dirt in it, in the air, in the oil...,also make sure there is no baked grease and dirt interfering with the governor weights. It s strange that your H worked well and then quit..I hope its something simple like clean and lubricate..Good luck from MIke in Exeter Ontario

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KURT

08-15-2001 17:08:05




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 Re: Super H gov spring in reply to Bill Jones, 08-15-2001 14:33:04  
I have (had) a similar problem. Your govener bearing might be going bad. You might want to grease it up real good, I did without removeing the governer assy. The throttle reacted alot better, but not perfect. It is worth a try.



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