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Massey Harris & Massey Ferguson Tractors Discussion Forum
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44 throttle cable

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1948 mm

07-11-2019 14:34:18




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I have a massey Harris 44 early serial number and I need a throttle cable. Parts book only shows a metal rod not a cable. Looking for ideas. Thanks




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Dieseltech

07-14-2019 12:22:19




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 Re: 44 throttle cable in reply to 1948 mm, 07-11-2019 14:34:18  
Very early MH used that heavy cable/housing on the governor spring. I had one on a parts tractor, not sure if it's still there, will have to look.



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Mike in Mn.

07-12-2019 22:03:55




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 Re: 44 throttle cable in reply to 1948 mm, 07-11-2019 14:34:18  
Some of the early 44's had a cable from the bottom of the steering column to the carb, I have only seen maybe two in my life, but they had a cable, it was heavier than a choke cable with a black coated housing.I don't know where to find one though, maybe convert it to linkage from a parts tractor.



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kris Jensen

07-12-2019 09:14:45




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 Re: 44 throttle cable in reply to 1948 mm, 07-11-2019 14:34:18  
There was a cable to the choke. Any universal one can be modified
The throtle to carburetor was metal rods, as in most tractors. controlled by the governor



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1948 mm

07-17-2019 10:18:29




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 Re: 44 throttle cable in reply to kris Jensen, 07-12-2019 09:14:45  



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rustred

07-11-2019 18:33:34




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 Re: 44 throttle cable in reply to 1948 mm, 07-11-2019 14:34:18  
u thinking of the choke cable? throttle is all linkage.



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1948 mm

07-17-2019 10:20:21




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 Re: 44 throttle cable in reply to rustred, 07-11-2019 18:33:34  
It had a cable



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Centash

07-11-2019 18:02:22




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 Re: 44 throttle cable in reply to 1948 mm, 07-11-2019 14:34:18  
No cable, just a metal rod from the throttle lever to the governor

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1948 mm

07-17-2019 10:21:19




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 Re: 44 throttle cable in reply to Centash, 07-11-2019 18:02:22  



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1948 mm

07-17-2019 10:24:11




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 Re: 44 throttle cable in reply to 1948 mm, 07-17-2019 10:21:19  
Any pictures of a 44 with the rod linkage? Thanks



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1948 mm

07-17-2019 10:28:53




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 Re: 44 throttle cable in reply to 1948 mm, 07-17-2019 10:24:11  
Mainly I need a picture of the pivot assy from the throttle linkage on the steering column (which moves left to right) and how it makes the throttle rod move back and forth



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1948 mm

07-18-2019 14:54:33




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 Re: 44 throttle cable in reply to 1948 mm, 07-17-2019 10:28:53  
Nothing?



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