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  1. capguncowboy

    Rumor has it.....

    funny - I was at a picnic this summer where someone showed a picture of that mower to me and said the same thing. I corrected him and directed him to Jeep's YouTube page, where he drooled over all the cool projects. Seriously, too many to name.
  2. capguncowboy

    its one of the three

    Briggs isn't original. It's not a Wards if it was Orange. Orange was used on Gilson two speed models and most of the Allis models. That input sprocket on the jackshaft was originally a sprag sprocket for a comet two speed and it's been brazed in place. I know because the one I have was exactly...
  3. capguncowboy

    Gilson Two Speed Survivor

  4. capguncowboy

    Studemane and Davis are smart alecs.

    I resent that I wasn't included in this accusation.
  5. capguncowboy

    Modded Forks This is a new one
  6. capguncowboy

    Repro Cat Switch Plate?

    As far as I know, no one has produced duplicate plates. The small ones should be pretty easy to make though. The big ones -- those are far more complex
  7. capguncowboy

    Side Popper!

    no muffler? That's bold
  8. capguncowboy

    1970 Rupp Rear Shocks

    I have a set. PM me for pictures
  9. capguncowboy

    Wanted: Cast Iron Tecumseh Lighted Flywheel for HS50

    Looks like a modification to accommodate a smaller puller. I hope it didn't ruin the integrity of the flywheel
  10. capguncowboy

    Thinking about buying this, what is it?

    Looks like a Harrison
  11. capguncowboy

    Bonanza question

    looks like a bc 1200 or bc1300. Front pegs would have been pre 1969
  12. capguncowboy

    Any Montgomery wards experts here?

    Mine was the bigger brother to yours, with the seat suspension and a Tecumseh HS40 (4hp). They made both models at the same time. Here's an ARCO ad from the late 70s showing both versions. I'm not sure about the forks -- maybe they made a model with the one-piece forks for MW ? But it's also...
  13. capguncowboy

    Any Montgomery wards experts here?

    That's actually an ARCO mini bike made for and sold by Montgomery Ward. I had a 1978 model a few years ago with the exact same decal.
  14. capguncowboy

    What brand/model is this???

    It's an earlier version with the in-frame suspension. Left side of this article Not sure what year they started making that model, but they switched to the newer models around 1975
  15. capguncowboy

    What brand/model is this???

  16. capguncowboy

    I don't know what I got here?

    look for a plate on the front side of the blower housing
  17. capguncowboy

    Heald Super Trike

    Sorry, it's sold