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Hello all. I'm needing to identify what this part is called. The picture is not off my snow blower but it looks the same. It's the arm the throttle spring attaches to. Thank you in advance for your assistance.
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That is normally called the governor arm.

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it is what SHYRP said there. ALOHA

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Welcome Alan!!!

A word of caution....exercise EXTREME (!!!) caution when working with the governor arm. If it's not calibrated correctly (with the internal governor & carb throttle), the engine could redline and literally explode.

See post #20 in my "Lil' Red" thread to understand its functionality.

Good luck!!


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