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deltabravo

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Posted: 05/07/21 10:26pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

LowRyter wrote:

Seems like the Duramax .... have the best seats, a comfortable ride


Well, My engine doesn't have seats or a ride that can be defined as comfortable or not.

* This post was edited 05/10/21 09:40pm by deltabravo *


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blt2ski wrote:

Larry,

Not sure Cummins can handle that H90. Maybe one of them Vesper scooters, or a mini bike from late 60's with a 5-10 horizontal Briggs powering it.

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Rough crowd. I had a Yamaha Trail 80 when I was a kid. It was a beast. [emoticon]


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Cummins12V98 wrote:

blt2ski wrote:

Larry,

Not sure Cummins can handle that H90. Maybe one of them Vesper scooters, or a mini bike from late 60's with a 5-10 horizontal Briggs powering it.

Marty


Rough crowd. I had a Yamaha Trail 80 when I was a kid. It was a beast. [emoticon]


Rough crowd?? Nah, it's just the price you pay for being a popular guy! [emoticon]

I hope that bad azz trail 80 was not this one?

[image]

Where did your sweetie ride? My street Honda 65 had a double seat that many a foxy lady climbed onto. :

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MFL wrote:

Cummins12V98 wrote:

blt2ski wrote:

Larry,

Not sure Cummins can handle that H90. Maybe one of them Vesper scooters, or a mini bike from late 60's with a 5-10 horizontal Briggs powering it.

Marty


Rough crowd. I had a Yamaha Trail 80 when I was a kid. It was a beast. [emoticon]


Rough crowd?? Nah, it's just the price you pay for being a popular guy! [emoticon]

I hope that bad azz trail 80 was not this one?

[image]

Where did your sweetie ride? My street Honda 65 had a double seat that many a foxy lady climbed onto. :

Jerry


It was all red but very similar to that. Took it camping as a teenager and explored the forest service roads.

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Posted: 05/11/21 05:43am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

blt2ski wrote:

Larry,

Not sure Cummins can handle that H90. Maybe one of them Vesper scooters, or a mini bike from late 60's with a 5-10 horizontal Briggs powering it.

Marty


A friend of mine decades ago (pre- 10 years old) had a Sears mini bike with a Briggs on it.

Funnest dam thing for a kid, loved that thing!


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