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post #1 of 5 Old 11-11-2011, 02:02 PM Thread Starter
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9N govenor adjustment - Bend what?

Ok, can anyone set me straight on my throttle/governor adjustment? Throttle works great if I'm light on the quadrant. Neighbor's 4yr old's been sitting on the old girl "driving" and I see him working the throttle BANG all the way open and SLAM closed. Now I need to only open it 1/2 way for full throttle.

The manual shows a horrible photocopied black& white picture and says "bend to adjust" it looks as though it's pointing to the rod along the top of the motor running parallel to the deck.....

Or, is it suggesting I twist the ball mount from that rod going to the Governor?

Or, do I bend the rod from there to the governor?

Do it right or do it over.
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Re: 9N govenor adjustment - Bend what?

I can not tell you what you want to know but here's some reading material links:

http://www.mytractorforum.com/archiv.../t-160256.html

https://www.google.com/search?q=9-n+...ient=firefox-a

http://www.fixthatford.com/index.php...x&cPath=1_9_66

http://66.49.166.42/VFTR/carb.htm

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Re: 9N govenor adjustment - Bend what?

Thanks SandDawg, good reading but I can't find my answer.

As I mentioned, I believe I'm supposed to bend the rod from the governor to the throttle bar (atop the motor).

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Re: 9N govenor adjustment - Bend what?

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Thanks SandDawg, good reading but I can't find my answer.

As I mentioned, I believe I'm supposed to bend the rod from the governor to the throttle bar (atop the motor).
You are correct..

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Re: 9N govenor adjustment - Bend what?

but it looks so nice straight. Mebbe I'll bend it lightning bolt shaped!

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