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Old 14-07-17, 08:56 PM   #1
1904wolseley6hp
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Default Brownwall Governor Photos required

I am in the process of restoring a small Brownwall open crank hit and miss engine. It is about 1 1/2 hp. The bore is 3 1/2" and the flywheels are 14" diameter.

Unfortunately part of the governor system is missing and I would like to ask if anyone has a similar engine and can provide photographs of the governor parts so that I can make new ones. I have the moving weight on the flywheel but not the part with the pecker that opens the exhaust valve. I have looked on Google for photos and videos of Brownwall engines but none clearly show the part I need. From what I can see it pivots on a spigot, has an adjustable bolt that the flywjeel weight works against, the flat steel pecker coming forwards, and a small spring running back to a screw on the main bearing cap.

Does that make sense to anyone and can you supply a clear photograph?

Many thanks.
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