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|Big Earl||I have a 135 ferguson (three cylender perkins engine)It runs great but I have no govenor. I can load the engine and the govenor never kicks in. We can be going down hill and the RPM will go up sharply.We tryed adjusted the linkage to the carbarator.
|Geoff Gane||Earl if you have a 135 with a Perkins diesel engine you ain't got a carburettor...if the engine rpm is not controllable going downhill then your diesel fuel pump needs attentoin.....Best regards...Geoff