Question about Cub Cadet Garden
Anthony, this could be from the governer linkage which is intended for maintaining a specified top rotation per minute speed ( R.P.M ) is a possability im not sure of your specific adjustment procedure allthough most are a simple lossening of the linkage mounting to the shaft bolt while this bolt is loose you push the linkage to full throttle travel activation allowing the control linkage that was lossened to turn in its mount ( pivot) and keeping the threw the block mounting at full activation range ( travel ) in its farthest position re tighten the arms securing bolt,to secure it at its proper activation range ( at the pivoting point) I hope this helps if your unfamiliar with this type of governer control linkage, i would seek to locate a diagram on line that you can view to assist in your specific engine's linkage adjustment , and another possability is your carbuerator's High speed needle valve is to lean or to rich hope you analysis the problem Steve
Posted on Aug 01, 2010
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