Did he get it running?Well, it's all together but can't get it to start on propane. Never tried to "catch." Works fine on gasoline still. I'm not foolin with it any further. Likely something simple. The fine retired gentleman that works at the propane distributor and parts supply is an expert at this. He wanted me to bring it by even if I didn't need any help so he could see it and look it over. He knows the people at U.S Carburation as well. Once they get it running, I can pick out a new propane tank and get it filled while I'm there. He only works on Friday so I'll give him a heads up that I'll be there on Friday. I'll report back what the problem was.
Got that big spring back in right spot thanks to pics from Texas T and frequency is back right. It's running 62.5 frequency without any load. I hooked up my big miter saw to it and watched the frequency. Ran at 60.5Hz at least according to the display.