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Governor dual power setting selection control
T998002 Governor dual power setting selection control
Patent Drawings:Drawing: T998002-2    Drawing: T998002-3    Drawing: T998002-4    
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Inventor: Miller, et al.
Date Issued: September 2, 1980
Application: 06/086,557
Filed: October 19, 1979
Inventors: Miller; Robert H. (Peoria, IL)
Smith; James C. (Washington, IL)
Assignee: Caterpillar Tractor Co. (Peoria, IL)
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U.S. Class: 123/358; 123/367; 123/372
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Abstract: A governor for an engine has a fuel supply control mechanism with linearly adjustable yieldable stops that are positionable in at least two discrete positions by selectively actuated first and second coacting adjusting wedges. The cam-like wedges are disposed operatively adjacent the linearly adjustable stops and are slideably repositioned relative to one another when responding to the vehicle speed/direction control. Adjustment or repositioning of the wedges places the fuel control adjustable stops selectively in one of the two discrete positions to control the lug characteristic, torque rise and/or basic operating speed of the engine.
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