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Looks like Heaven on Earth to me.
I have learned that Pennsylvania is where the Gravely's are it seems like.
There must have been a lot of dealerships in that state when they were being made up here in West By God lol!
There was one just a mile or less from my house, and a Cushman dealership to.
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It doesnt hurt to have your handlebars off and hanging-up when putting in a new H-Bar kill switch.
Drop thin-light string made for tieing a Turkey's legs together when cooking with a nut tied onto it for weight then use tiny zip-ties to attach wire onto string and pull er thru. lol.
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Couldnt do much today w/the Gravely but put the carb on and then got the H-Bar kill switch in, the ypo of it anyway. Looks like I gotta get another grommet tho, had to take it off awhile back because I put another coat of paint on them where they got scratched all to heck just sitting around.
I already took everything apart long ago so may as well get it all painted and cleaned up now considering it'll be my only chance.
Thats what I got it for to clean-up best I can and give it to my son thinking it'll last him for some yrs. to come.
That rusted button had to be replaced, pretty bad.

Again sorry about the upside down sideways stuff but it aint nothing Im doin.
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It certainly will look nice when finished, Gerrard!

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It certainly will look nice when finished, Gerrard!
Thanks Greg,I hope so. Hey I was talking to an old buddy of mine about an hr. ago and he has a Gravely he bought,but he was tellin me about a guy out in Salt Rock off of McComas Rd. or somewhere and he said the guy has prolly 50 old Gravelys, ever hear of him?
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