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1  General Discussions / Announcements / Re: Gene Glaze, co-founder of Roll-O-Flex, passed away on: November 22, 2017, 05:27:47 PM
I am very honoured to have met and talked with Gene over the years since I started collecting Roll-O-Flex snowmobiles.  I was going to start the restoration of his SnoPro sled to have it on display next summer in hopes that I could reunite him with his machine.  Sadly this will not be possible but the restoration will continue in his honour.  

Here is a great picture of him and Wade at my place in 2011.

2  General Discussions / Comanche / Re: Parts for Roll-A-Flex on: October 30, 2017, 04:22:34 AM
I should have a wiring diagram for you
3  General Discussions / Welcome Area / Re: new member , 1st roll o flex on: October 30, 2017, 04:17:14 AM
Hard to tell without a better look at the hood but I would say that you have yourself a 73 or 74 GT.

The GT's all had the dual exhaust from 72-74 and dual carbs in 72.  The suspension is the stock "super flexion" skid and is nothing optional, so to speak.

Nice sled and good luck with the restoration
4  General Discussions / 1974 Wild One / Re: Serial numbers registry on: April 09, 2017, 09:33:43 PM
Ninice sled just1.  What's your fist name?  I want to put a name to my serial number list.


Also, can you get th number from your buddies sled if he hasn't posted it yet. Thanks
5  General Discussions / 1974 Wild One / Re: Wild one Track driveshaft on: April 09, 2017, 09:27:25 PM
The track is a 1.97 pitch by 58 windows.  It is a 15" by 114" track.  Same as Ski-doo used.  Drivers from a skidoo with the same diameter should work fine.  I haven't done any research to find out but you'll be and to find a Ski-doo drive shaft th correct length and diameter. 
6  General Discussions / Events / Re: 2017 on: March 08, 2017, 10:04:13 PM
Dave, the sled show I host that started as the Roll-O-Flex Reunion will be on saturday July 8th, 2017.  I love the little commanches and have two currently.  Send me some pictures and maybe we can work out a deal.

richardgehl@gmail.com
7  General Discussions / Events / 2016 SVSA sled show and swap meet on: May 29, 2016, 10:05:31 PM
Saturday July 2nd is the date for this years SVSA sled show and swap meet north of Regina.  All makes and models of snowmobile are welcome to the show n' shine and anything recreation allowed in the swap area. Completely free for viewers and swappers. Food available all day on site and forklift will be there to assist in any loading or unloading. 

Starts at 9am

Call or text Richard at 306-533-7889



8  General Discussions / GT Series / Re: '74 GT decals on: March 03, 2016, 09:02:13 PM
I have the decals available.  I have to check on the availability of the woodgrain for the dash area as it is very hard to find the right pattern. But I do have the rest of the decals for the hood, engine cover and bumper available.  Shoot me an email at

richardgehl@gmail.com

I just did a set that is headed to Clear Lake, Mn tomorrow.
9  General Discussions / 1974 Wild One / Re: Drive belt on: January 31, 2016, 09:11:48 PM
I wrote in my files that I used an Ultmax 1082 which is 43.5" long and 1.25" wide
10  General Discussions / Restoration Projects / Re: Wild-One Restore on: December 30, 2015, 09:53:55 PM
Could've been a Sid Thompson one built after the plant closed
11  General Discussions / 1974 Wild One / Re: Seat cover on: September 06, 2015, 08:28:50 PM
Very nice sled Troy!
12  General Discussions / Events / 2015 Roll-O-Flex Reunion on: June 03, 2015, 09:55:44 PM
This the 3rd annual SVSA Show and Swap in conjunction with the 5th annual Roll-O-Flex Reunion will be held Saturday July 4th North of Regina.  This event is hosted by Tregarva Vintage Racing and will have food on site courtesy of the Nacho Fiesta mobile food truck of Regina so please bring an appetite and cash. 

Cash will also be good for the vintage swap meet which is growing every year.  People are welcome anytime after 11am and your own refreshments are more than welcome.  Any sleds from new to old for the show and also for the swap meet.  See all you sled heads in a month!


13  General Discussions / GT Series / Re: Western Pa Yields a 1972 GRT See the pictures on: May 04, 2015, 05:29:44 PM
side views are close to stock but not correct at all.  They do however look like someone did a nice job, whether it be at the factory in R&D or in someones garage.  I agree with Gene that the rear scissor section in not from our heroes at Roll-O-FLex.  That is a very crude copy of what the factory sent out
14  General Discussions / Comanche / Re: comanche prices on: May 04, 2015, 05:26:16 PM
73 seat is different than the one i put pictures up of on the other thread.  I also have one of those if you need pics or need one built.  The track is a replacement "fast track" with segments and this was probably because the original one blew out and these were easy to intall.  the original tracks are like hens teeth due to their weird size. 

not very often a guy comes across a Commanche so I would say that you shouldn't pay any more than $500 in my opinion.  Luckily it runs but when it is restored it is what?.........maybe a $1200-1500 sled.  So factor in a seat and paint and windshield and that puts you right in the ballpark.  I would pay easily $300 just to get a good track if thats all that was usable.
15  General Discussions / Welcome Area / Re: New Member here on: March 29, 2015, 07:54:09 PM
welcome Marty!  we will be keeping our eyes open for you here in saskatchewan. 
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