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  1. J

    Cat 289C foot pedal governor assembly

    I ended up doing something similar except I used 1 piece of plate with a hole for the pedal and a slot at the back for the hinge. I also took the opportunity to paint the floor plate and what was left of the original pedal mount. It works great and the pedal is fuly functional again; sure beats...
  2. J

    New Member

    Well the property seems huge when you are staring down 1/3 mile of snow on a Ford 8N LOL! The original plan with a backhoe was to get a single axle dump, try a few side jobs and see if it was something that I could turn into a "retirement" side business in 10 years or so. I know a CTL and mini...
  3. J

    New Member

    Hi, new member here. I’ve found this forum very useful over the last couple years as I decided what to buy. I only have few acres, but have ~1/3 mile of gravel drive and have some projects around the property. My first venture was a Deere 510B backhoe. It was overkill for my property but I’ve...
  4. J

    Cat 289C foot pedal governor assembly

    First post: I joined this forum to reply. I have a 262C (also new to me) with the same problem. The pedal is the same on all C machines. The expense seems to be because of the sensor (B series pedals are around $175), and you can’t purchase just the mounting plate. My machine is in excellent...
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