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|Mark B||I have the short rod from carb to short arm on gov. The throttle linkage to long arm of gov. When i give it full throttle it revs up, but it pulls the throttle back down by itself to about half throttle. I assume the gov is pulling it back down, but what do i need to adjust to stop that. Thanks in advance.
|Bob G||assume you mean the lever under steering wheel moves back down on its own.
I fixed mine by replacing the spring betweenthe throole control and the barcket on trans below battery box. It counter acts the pressure from the governor. let me know if a picture would help and I will take one.
|Mark B||If you don't mind Bob I would greatly appreciate it. Do you know the offical name or part number? THanks.
|mark sr||My NAA does the same thing. I always thought it was a safety feature since you rarely need full throttle for more than a little bit.
the part number for the spring is 8N9827, it is called the governor compensating spring.
|Bob G||I am not sure but I believe that your tractor uses a different system than the 8N. still is adjustable i believe. I agree about the use of full throttle!! :)
hope this helps
the other end of the spring attaching point.
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