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1  General Discussions / Comanche / Re: Parts for Roll-A-Flex on: December 20, 2017, 11:05:02 AM
Thanks Kube but I' m looking for one in front of seat. Also looking for the short seat with no taillight, I have a seat for a Gt,it's to long and I don't want to cut it down.hotdoo
2  General Discussions / Announcements / Re: Gene Glaze, co-founder of Roll-O-Flex, passed away on: November 22, 2017, 11:24:15 AM
That is truly sad, another great snowmobilier lost. RIP Gene
3  General Discussions / Comanche / Re: comanche seat on: November 20, 2017, 06:21:37 PM
Any new pics? That seat Pathfinder has shown didn't look like the seat in the pics or the one I saw at A-1 show. hotdoo
4  General Discussions / Comanche / Re: Parts for Roll-A-Flex on: November 20, 2017, 06:18:50 PM
Found a manual that I saved.I save everything, it had the wiring diagram on back pages. Now anyone have the soft tool box that go's in front on seat? Looked all over at A-1 for Roll-A-Flex parts-nothing except for another Comanche that looked just like mine,someone else had already bought it. thanks hotdoo
5  General Discussions / Comanche / Roll-A-Flex wiring code on: October 28, 2017, 01:14:24 PM
What color wire go's to what on the back of key switch? What color wire is ground,lights, motor and batterey,this is for a 292 Comanche'72. thanks hotdoo
6  General Discussions / Comanche / Parts for Roll-A-Flex on: October 24, 2017, 02:28:47 PM
Hi, hotdoo here, I need the brake handle that mounts on handlebars,should look just like the throttle side I believe with adjuster. Also need a wiring diagram for 292 Comanche,everything looked pretty good but some wires are disconnected and I can't get it to shut off with switch. thanks hotdoo
7  General Discussions / Comanche / Re: comanche seat on: October 05, 2017, 05:11:27 PM
Pathfinder ,is that what the seat is suppose to look like?thanks hotdoo
8  General Discussions / Comanche / Re: comanche prices on: October 05, 2017, 05:08:48 PM
WOW! Been awhile since I posted,believe it or not I brought the sled home tonight! Since I first saw the sled the guys son,a car painter by trade,tried to open hood up the wrong way,back to front instead of sideways and ripped the hood at the corner(bad). He did take it to his place and was suppose to fit it before I got it,that din't happen either. Anyway,numbers on tunnel start with 72 so I'm thinking it's a '73,model number was completely wiped clean,it does have the smaller 292 motor,no tach or speedo,has short fas-Trac involve drive track which rolls really nice,no window(it's busted),tool ponch in a box(did they even have one),no cover over motor( did they have one?),no seat,he had a GT seat stuck on it(kinda),except for cracked hood it's in pretty good shape.Tomorrow I will try to see if it still runs! hotdoo
9  General Discussions / Comanche / comanche prices on: April 26, 2015, 07:13:51 PM
Okay,here's the deal. 1973 Comanche 292 with weird track, no seat,no windshield, does run because I started it on a squirt can. Not real rough,but definitely needs a complete restoration.
What would a fair offer be on this,ballpark figure? thanks hotdoo
10  General Discussions / Comanche / Re: comanche seat on: April 26, 2015, 07:09:22 PM

Just letting you know, the comanche I was trying to get is still in the barn,even though I 've know the guy for years he is hard to deal with!hotdoo
11  General Discussions / Comanche / track on: December 01, 2010, 08:56:16 AM

 What kind of track did a Comanche have? The one I'm looking at has something that looks like a fas-trac,but it isn't. It has sections with pins with involute drive with studs already mounted in track. Is this stock or atermarket?hotdoo 
12  General Discussions / GT Series / hoods on: December 01, 2010, 08:51:33 AM

  Over the years I seemed to collected a GT hood,seat and gas tank. Just recently I traded the hood and tank for something I needed. When we got the hood down from the attic of my polebarn we found if you put it in the light,light would shine though,it looked like the hood was lightweight. Yesterday talked to old dealer who I got the stuff from, he said they were like mistakes,didn't have the finish jell coat on them and the factory send them out enough they had to be painted again. Any one come across other Roll-a-Flex hoods like that.hotdoo    
13  General Discussions / Comanche / Re: comanche seat on: November 29, 2010, 03:48:56 PM

 Just got back from looking at what I believe is a '73 Comanche, the tool bag is still on the sled.The guy's had this for 6 years never tried to start it. He had it buried in the barn,I told him an easy way to get it out,knock out the stair threads going to upper level. We checked for spark and added some oil,rolled it over by hand,dropped some fuel down the plug hole and first pull it started. It does have a funky track,kind of a fas-trac with internal drives,he was a dealer and said that they came that way,they usually broke and you got a 1-piece replacement. WE're still dealing,I hope I get it.hotdoo   
14  General Discussions / 1974 Wild One / Re: angled carbs on: May 07, 2010, 10:32:10 AM

 '74 Alouette Super Brutes also had angled carbs,at least on my 295. You can't turn them down because they hit the steering post. I thought that was the problem I was having until I saw another at Roger's City in March and it was the same way along with the weird exhaust goose-neck which i also thought someone remodeled. Hotdoo
15  General Discussions / 1974 Wild One / numbers on: May 07, 2010, 10:27:02 AM

 Has anyone ever come up with a number of how many white '74's were made,F.C. OR F.A.?Hotdoo
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