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Mike, doesn’t the typical Cub have a slap governor. This one doesn't. The slap governor is noisy.
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i bought a T.Eaton and hauled it home in the back of the parents minivan that was an expirence loading and unloading.
considering its a 2 1/2 horse it really squated the vans springs upset mom something fierce lol
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Mike, doesn’t the typical Cub have a slap governor. This one doesn't. The slap governor is noisy.
Keith,

Not sure, but of the three I have owned they all had the weights in the flywheeel like this one. I know what you mean about the slap govenor being noisy.
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