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D14-15 Foot Throttle?

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    Posted: 05 Feb 2024 at 4:43pm
Does anyone have a pic of where the D14-D15 foot throttle spring attaches to? I can't figure out where it goes. This is all I like with being finished up. I have searched all over with no luck.Trying to figure out the size and length. Any help appreciated! Thanks, Tracy
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this OK ?
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Jay, I have that diagram. I was wondering where the left side of spring hooks to. The right side hooks to the small vertical hole in rod #9. I think the left side hooks to the cross over strap that is welded to the fuel tank support and dash cluster bracket. I wanted to get the springs made as true to original as possible. Someone probably has one installed but I don't know of one personably. Thanks, Tracy
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Just sold i600 with one to Micheal wells. You might try him. He is on here
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I can't find him in my searches. Where is a good contact for him? Thanks, Tracy
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Michael Wells 402-239-8411.  303 South County Rd, Plymouth NE.  He posts on FB sometimes.  Dave
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Dave, Thanks, I sent him a text. Hopefully he can help me.Tracy
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No luck with Michael. I didn't get a response back. Still needing a spring to go by and side panel. Any help appreciated. Thanks, Tracy
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I guess you could try calling Wells Implement in Plymouth Nebraska 402-656-4435.  Michael's Dad, Mark, works there in the parts department.  Perhaps he could help you.  Mark has been very helpful for me over the years.  
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Ryan, I will give him a try. Thanks, Tracy
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I spoke with Mark, he is going to try to help out. Thanks, Tracy
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Mark and Michael have been a big help. The industrial foot throttle is very different than the ag model. I appreciate their help. Now to find a ag model for the spring. Thanks, Tracy
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I have an early D15 Industrial Backhoe at the farm and can look the next time I'm there.
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Travis, that would be great. Pics would help also. Thanks, Tracy
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So it would seem that my spring is MIA, but I would guess it attaches to the brace down by the throttle pivot with the friction material.
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That would be the counter-balance spring, which is on all tractors, foot throttle or not.
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Travis, I would like to see the pedal and the bellcrank in a better pic. Yours looks like a industrial with spring bracket missing. Tracy
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I ordered the springs for foot throttle. I worked it out where it went and the amount of tension needed for pedal return. Should have them in a week or two. This is all I liked being finished! If you want a pedal assembly let me know. Thanks, Tracy
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that’s great news!
I am still interested in getting one for my D15II. 
Let me know when they are ready and the total cost.
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DeWayne, I will keep you posted. They sure make using the tractor a lot more friendly. Also thanks for all your help with spring makers. Tracy
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