Reply to "1950 scout engine wheel problem"

RJL,I didn't know there was a scout engine with those features mine just has a head light & you are right it just keeps right on going,thanks for the link about the scout engine i printed it out for my own information.

       Dave,i will try the epoxy first,i want to keep all the original parts as long as i can,the only thing that is not original is the headlight,but it is good to know that i can still get a replacement wheel,actually i have another scout engine same number that i bought on e-bay for $20.00 just for parts,but like i said before i want to keep all the original parts as long as possible. I have another question about parts,how can i get a wheel off of the other scout engine that i have if i needed to,do i need any special tool for that?

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