(12) Lift off the thrust washer (21) and remove the lower race (20) from the governor shaft (18).
d. Inspection and Repair.
(1) Inspect the body bushing. If it is worn, damaged, cracked, or broken, replace it. Check the governor shaft
and replace it if bent, twisted, or cracked.
(2) See that there are no broken teeth on the governor drive gear. If any teeth are broken, cracked, or chipped,
replace the gear.
(3) Replace all worn, corroded, damaged, or cracked bearings.
(4) Do not remove the ball driver from the governor shaft unless either the shaft or the ball driver is to be
replaced. If the driver is to be removed, heat it with a torch to remove the brazing and press the driver from
the shaft. Press a new driver on the shaft and secure it by brazing.
(5) Inspect and replace all worn, damaged, or broken washers.
(6) Inspect the bushing in the base. If the bushing is worn, damaged, or cracked, drive it out with a cold chisel
and press a new bushing into the base.
(7) Inspect the governor body for breaks, cracks, warpage, and damaged mounting surface. Replace the body
(8) Inspect all screws and nuts for corrosion, damaged, worn, or stripped threads. Replace all defective screws
(1) Install the lower race (20), thrust washer (21), and base (22) on the governor shaft (18).
(2) Press the governor drive gear (24) into position on the shaft (18).
(3) Hold the governor drive shaft (18) in a vertical position, with the governor drive gear (24) at the lower end.
Place the steel balls (17) in their slots on the ball driver (19).
(4) Place the upper race (16) in position over the governor shaft (18) and the balls (17).
(5) Place the thrust bearing (15) and base fork (14) over the sleeve end of the upper race (16).
(6) Install the ball stop washer (13) and flat washers (12). Secure the assembly with a clip (11).
(7) If the bushing (10) and thrust washer (9) have been removed, install the thrust washer in the body and press
the bushing into the body.
(8) Install the bearing (4) and oil seal (8).
(9) Hold the bumper spring (6) and fork (7) in position in the governor body (5) and slide the lever (2) into place
in the body (5).
(10) Support the lever (2) to avoid bending it and aline the grooved pin holes in the shaft and the fork.