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10-14-02, 07:08 PM   #1  
tecumseh governor linkage

really need a pic or drawing of linkage hookups for h-70 and hm 80 tecumseh engines.i have several engines and none of the linkages are hooked up {basket cases}.they are ready to be run except for the governor-carb linkages and springs.thanks steve

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10-14-02, 07:56 PM   #2  
Hello and Welcome diydoordie to the Do-It-Yourself Web Site and our Small Engine forum.

The best suggestion I could offer you is to purchase any generic small engine repair manual for that brand. The repair manual will have the pictures and repair instructions. A worth while expense and a valuable tool for any small engine owner.

Another option would be a local library. Small engine books are there for your review and also photo copy machines.

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