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George might be onto something but what brand of engine do you have ???
A mis adjusted/malfunctioning governor can be culprit for your condition.
A plugged/damaged main jet or emulsion tube can also be a culprit even though you state you "cleaned" the carb
Have you checked your running engine speed ? Is it too low to begin with and your engine is stalling because it drops to low ???
Depending on the engine, 3400 rpm's is a safe speed without knowing what you have...
Posted on Apr 28, 2015
Sounds like your governor is hanging up or disconnected.it is what supplies the extra power when needed under load..try this when it is under power reach down and manualy operate the governor linkage and see it the bogging stops if it does then most likely it is the linkage..make sure it is conected then try spraying card lingage cleaner all around your carb and governor linkage while manualy operating it..there are internal and external governors if external and still hanging up take off the top cover and locate the govenor fan located along side the cooling fin area on top of the motor and make sure it is not dirty and sticking..it operates on air supplied by the cooling fins to move the governor linkage..sounds like a lot but is not..just a lot of explanation..good luck
Posted on Apr 09, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The tines sometimes get frozen to the shaft. You might try penatrating oil and use a heat gun or hair dryer to heat to loosen.
Also tap wiht a hammer around shaft.
Posted on Mar 21, 2009
Bogging down may indicate debris or old gas in the carb. Try doing a carb cleaning, and add a small amount of Seafoam gas additive to your gas.
Posted on May 06, 2009
You have to remove the engine (4 bolts, no big problem), then remove the bolt in the center of the pulleys, then remove the pulleys. Slip the belt(s) (2 if you have the Super Bronco model) onto the pulleys, re-attach the pulleys with the bolt, re-mount the engine, and you're home free.
Posted on Mar 31, 2010
I had similar problem recently with 2007 Huskee MTD series 410. The shift assembly bent and couldn't move the clutch collar all the way over on the drive shaft.
Posted on May 27, 2010
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