Remove two hex nuts (7) and lever (8).
Remove hex nut (9) and friction disc (10)
Press out shaft (16) from crankcase.
Remove capsule (11), hex nut (12), plate (13) and eccentric pin (14). Discard preformed packing (15).
Remove spring washer (17) and discard two preformed packing (18).
Remove governor lever (6) and governor spring (19) from crankcase.
Pull sliding disc (20) and ball shell (21) from crankshaft.
Ball hub disc (23), ball hub (24) and spacer (25) are removed when the crankshaft
Cleaning the Parts for Inspection.
DEATH OR SERIOUS INJURY COULD OCCUR IF FUEL IS NOT HANDLED
CAREFULLY. USE IN A WELL VENTILATED AREA AWAY FROM OPEN FLAME,
ARCING EQUIPMENT, IGNITION SOURCES, HEATERS, OR EXCESSIVE HEAT.
ENGINE MUST BE SHUT DOWN AND COOL BEFORE REFUELING. ALWAYS
STORE FUEL IN PROPER, MARKED CONTAINERS. DO NOT SMOKE.
DEATH OR SERIOUS INJURY COULD OCCUR IF COMPRESSED AIR IS DIRECTED
AGAINST THE SKIN. DO NOT USE COMPRESSED AIR FOR CLEANING OR
DRYING UNLESS THE PRESSURE HAS BEEN REDUCED TO 30 PSI (2.06 BAR) OR
LESS. WHEN WORKING WITH COMPRESSED AIR ALWAYS USE CHIP GUARDS,
EYE PROTECTION, AND OTHER PERSONAL EQUIPMENT.
Clean all parts with diesel fuel oil and dry with compressed air.
Inspect all components for damage or excessive wear. Replace any components severely damaged or
worn. For dimensions, tolerances, and wear limits, refer to Table 5-3, Engine Repair Data.
Replacing the Parts.
If any of the four balls (Figure 5-49, Item 22) were removed during disassembly, apply grease to four balls
(22) and install balls in ball hub (24)
Ball shell (21) must slide easily over the crankshaft. Damage to crankshaft and
governor could result from improper fitting of governor parts.