Topic: Re: The old A has it in for me
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Sorry for the frustration, I know what it is like chasing problems like these. When I bought my H the governor kept searching, I cleaned it, replaced it, rebuilt carb twice, rebuilt distributor, adjusted timing, plugs, wires.
Ended up pulling the head off, it was just plain worn out. Had the head redone, new pistons and rings, did the trick!
Re: The old A has it in for me in reply to Yooper Farmall, 10-31-2012 11:19:25
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Minus the ignition I wondering if this might be the case.
I can hold the throttle shaft (the one between the governor and the carb) stationary it it still misses. I'm willing to bet the governor could use some attention but I don't think it's at fault.
About 10 years ago I had the head done and I put new rings in it. I was at the time using it on a Woods belly mower and it drove it fine. I doubt I've put 30 hours on it in the last 10 years.
The missing/shuddering is new, started about a year ago but I've only had time to start playing with it recently.
It was always very easy to start by hand now it's really hard. It does start fairly easily using the starter but you really can't let it idle to much or it stalls.
I did get it to register 93-94 PSI warm but cold it was 10 psi less then that. Maybe it is time it's bite the bullet and go through the whole engine. The good news is at least the head should be set.
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