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Old 04-25-2016, 10:14 PM
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Yes, I realize what I am working on, lol. My problem was not having a manual to tell me which screw is which. You fixed that problem though! Thanks man, the manual is great. Reading up on the adjustments now.

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I so love people that like to read the manual before they get into something they are not used to dealing with. You are a breath of fresh air. Glad to have you as a member of OCC.
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Here is the link for the 82 series tractors.
http://www.onlycubcadets.net/forum/s...ad.php?t=13226

Glad you got it running. As Jon said the Governor should be readjusted after you have had the carb off. In all honesty I've had a bunch on and off and never bothered. The slow and high speed jets are simple you turn them in till you get the highest speed then back them out just a touch and you'll be close enough to mow grass. If you looking for the ultimate tune for max power well maybe not so much.
Thanks man, the manual is awesome. I'm with you, I've had several off and on to rebuild or just clean them and never had to mess with the governor before but I must have done something this time because the throttle is weird, I need to raise it almost half way to get it past idle. It still works fine and revs up like it should but something changed. With the two manuals you guys provided I should have more than enough info to figure this out.
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I so love people that like to read the manual before they get into something they are not used to dealing with. You are a breath of fresh air. Glad to have you as a member of OCC.
I didn't see this post until just now when I came back to download both those manuals, looks like we posted at the same exact time, lol. Thank you for the kind words and all the help. I'm going to download these and print out a few pages to take in the garage with me. Always nice to have reference material!
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