24 thoughts on “Tecumseh OHH50 – Governor, Carburetor and Control Arm Linkage

  1. Thanks! Just managed to get my kid's Yerfdog gocart back together and working properly with the help of this video! It has a Tecumseh 6.5HP Power Sport motor, but the linkage is identical.

  2. quick quick question, on the carb, is the fuel line on the bottom, or the top? which will tell me which one the reclaimer line goes to lol

  3. buddy I have been trying to figure out how to put those things on for a customer that brought it in disassembled for over a week! god bless you man!

  4. I have an OHH50 on a Sears pressure washer, however the governor linkage is similar but linkage is very different than shown in this video.

  5. Thank you so much for this, I thought my engine was surging because the throttle setup was wrong, but now I know it isn't and I just need to rebuild the carb

  6. can some one help me? i have a tecumseh ohh55 and cant figure out how to connect my cable. a link to a diagram would be great, thanks.

  7. There is no way for me to know that answer for sure. I can tell you that a 5/16 bolt is between 1/4 and 3/8. If you can, bring it to a place like Fastenal, or a local hardware store and try out a few bolts. Thanks for watching.

  8. Plz help. I have an ohh50 model 68080d and can't figure out what size bolt fits the driveshaft. 1/4inch slides without catching the threads and a 3/8 is too big. What size does it actually take?! Thanks!!

  9. Thank you for watching. You are correct in that the best way to clean the tank is to remove it. However, I no longer have that engine and cannot easily explain the process. I am sure the tank is held on with some bolts/screws. Don't forget to disconnect the fuel line first.

  10. Thanks for this video. It really helped me a lot. A neighbor gave me a Craftsman chipper/shredder that has a T oh50 engine. It was a mess. From watching your different videos I was able to clean the carb and put the linkage in correct position. Amazingly it started and it runs fine. Thanks for your help!!!. The problem I didn't realize is the fuel tank is filthy inside. I would like to take it off and clean it but can't see any logical way to remove it, any suggestions?

  11. I am very happy that my video has helped you. Hope all works well when your job is complete. Thanks for watching.

  12. Thank you so much for this clear and focused view of linkages. I was given this tiller but it had no carb linkages (plus other major problems) and I have been trying make linkage pieces but had no idea of their proper hookup. You saved me countless hours of frustration. I did get the motor running enough to till the garden a few days ago but I now know how to set it up properly. Thanks again.

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