AGE / VALUE:Aqua Bug motor posted by: Gene Mummau on 1/30/2007 at 9:10:03 AM
I have a 70's era Bike Bug motor by AquaBug International. Does anyone out there know where I can get parts for the fuel system??
Please let me know
Thanks
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   RE:AGE / VALUE:Aqua Bug motor posted by Esteban on 2/2/2007 at 3:54:25 PM
http://www.bay6.com/Bikebug/tech.htm more info & parts than you will ever need !!
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   RE:AGE / VALUE:Aqua Bug motor posted by anna on 5/3/2007 at 9:11:23 AM
Hey you still need parts for your aquabug fuel system? or?
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   RE:AGE / VALUE:Aqua Bug motor posted by anna on 5/3/2007 at 9:13:06 AM
Hey you still need parts for your aquabug fuel system? or?ai

send me email pls, i don't get back to these boards as often as i need to..
tks

aninspectr@aol.com
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MOTORIZED BICYCLES:value posted by: steve on 1/23/2007 at 12:07:05 PM
i have a j.c. pennies swinger in near mint condition is there any value to this. please let me know
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WANTED:Round (or oval) style gas tank posted by: Chuck Stringer on 12/29/2006 at 9:12:43 PM
Hi,

I'm looking for an older style gas tank for a custom motorized bike project. What I want is the kind that you mount behind the seat like a tool bag.

Thanks,

Chuck


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   RE:WANTED:Round (or oval) style gas tank posted by Geo. on 1/1/2007 at 5:07:03 PM
You can usually find an old Cushman Stepthrough tank on e-bay that would probably serve your purpose.
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   RE:RE:WANTED:Round (or oval) style gas tank posted by Chuck Stringer on 1/6/2007 at 10:09:29 PM
Thanks for the pointer. Do you (or anyone else reading this forum) know of an aftermarker source. I don't really want to spend the cash on an OEM piece that some restorer might need more than I do.

TIA,

Chuck
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   RE:WANTED:Round (or oval) style gas tank posted by Rod on 1/21/2007 at 4:33:21 PM
hi Chuck,
I recently bought such a tank on Ebay.It didn't cost that much,but I did alot of hammering,and lead work to straighten it out.It is only a couple of qts,and very plentyfull.This one was off an old Briggs motor,and only cost about 10 bucks.I have seen several of these in different sizes,and configurations.I have even seen them split into double tanks.1 side gas,and the 2nd side oil.They use any standard lawnmower cap,and the bottom is a standard 1/4 pipe fitting fine thread.I hope this helps Rod
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   RE:WANTED:Round (or oval) style gas tank posted by Rod G. on 4/12/2007 at 5:30:13 PM
Chuck,Theres a tank in Ebay like what your looking for starting bid is about 15 dollars,and its in good shape too.
Rod
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   RE:WANTED:���Round (or oval) style gas tank posted by AG on 5/15/2007 at 11:08:57 AM
I saw just what you need at a garage sale last week, but I didn't know you needed it then! It was a fuel tank from a very old hand held brush cutter. It was steel, round and was held on with straps like a tool bag would be. Some of the antique chainsaws used this style too. If you wanted something bigger, the old John Deere 110 series lawn mowers used a similar tank, but it held a gallon of gas. That might be too big for what you are thinking. Check with a chainsaw dealer who has been selling for decades and you might find what you are looking for.
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   RE:WANTED:Round (or oval) style gas tank posted by Al on 11/14/2007 at 7:11:48 PM
Hi,
I have a NOS round cylinder type Briggs and Straton gas tank. They used these on the doodlebug minibikes as well. I have $123 in it and you can purchase for that amount.
Let me know or call 815-409-1799
Al,
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MOTORIZED BICYCLES:Question posted by: Carla Mudgett on 12/13/2006 at 1:59:58 PM
I have a bike that used to hve a motor on it. I don't know what type of motor though. It says AMF Roadmaster and it's from around the 1970's. It's orange and red. Can you help me figure out what type of motor I need?
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   RE:MOTORIZED BICYCLES:Question posted by nate on 12/14/2006 at 6:44:20 AM
Did the motor mount over the front wheel or inside the frame?
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   RE:MOTORIZED BICYCLES: Question posted by Rif on 12/24/2006 at 1:45:21 PM
It is an AMF Roadmaster moped. It used a McCullogh 2-stroke engine with *abrasive* drive roller mounted over the rear wheel...
bits and pieces are still available on e-bay. These were not the most reliable machines; they tended to be a bit cantankerous, but fun when they were working well.
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   RE:MOTORIZED BICYCLES: Question posted by Larry Wlos on 4/7/2007 at 12:14:05 PM
I have motor for that bike
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MOTORIZED BICYCLES:looking for Rick Eggers contact information posted by: Otto Bishop on 12/1/2006 at 7:15:24 AM
looking to make contact with Rick Eggers his email used to be cobra427@wi.net . from his email address he is from the racine wisconsin area. he had or made a 1903 harley replica bike. and i am wanting to find out more about it. thanks otto bishop. i can be reached during the day at 715-824-3888 8-5 mon. - fri.
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   RE:MOTORIZED BICYCLES:looking for Rick Eggers contact information posted by Andrew Elia on 12/17/2006 at 1:32:12 PM
Dear Otto
I may have ricks # i will have to look around. Sending shots of my latest creation
Andrew


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