Finally got my '67 110 running, I bought it this last winter DEAD. I took the sump off to replace the leaking oil gasket, and after I cleaned it out I found a little piece of metal laying in the sump. I think its a piece from the governor? The tractor starts up just fine, idles fine, but when I go to move the throttle cable, I mean just 2 mm...it takes off like its going to explode! I can drive the tractor around the yard just fine, until it is under load and the governor doesn't regulate, it boggs down like its going to die unless I give it a little throttle, but even then.....off to the races like a raped ape. The carb was professionally rebuilt by a friend of mine that collects these 110s, he said its properly adjusted? should I even bother trying to adjust the governor, or can somebody tell if the engine has to be torn down by looking at this piece? I tried posting this question a few weeks ago in the round fender forum, didn't get much insight.