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IHC M Welding governor sleeve


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Default IHC M Welding governor sleeve

On my m the lip of the governor sleeve closest to the flywheel is completely gone. I have another worn sleeve that has a decent lip. Im thinking about brazing or mig welding it to the other sleeve. How well do these stand up to welding or brazing?
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Default Re: Ihc m Welding governor sleeve

i wouldnt weld it as there are outhers avalable for sale prety commom engim to find parts for . ron brown in central illinois
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Default Re: Ihc m Welding governor sleeve

They are common but there are differences between ignitor and spark plug sleeves.
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Default Re: Ihc m Welding governor sleeve

brazing can work if you have a lathe to true it up in after it cools down
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Default Re: IHC M Welding governor sleeve

I attempted a braze repair, but the lip I cut off of an old governor promptly cracked. I decided to make a new lip and mig weld it into place.

Sleeve with lip missing


Plasma Cutting new lip.


New Lip welded on.
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