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In Reply to: 1948 Ford 8N posted by Bob D on Wednesday, June 04, 2014:
I almost never saw your post. You would be better served to have started a new post. I seldom look at the old posts.
Does the engine speed up when you move the rod from the governor to the CarB? I would adjust as described in the FO-4 service manual and go from there. If you do not have a manual, now would be good time to get one.
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