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I recently inherited a Garden Mark Squire. Rear tag says: Article # 1250R, Mfg# SIM 990359. What Simplicity is this? It all seems fine but is missing the part that goes between the flywheel and the driveshaft. I sure would appreciate it if anyone out there could sell me this part. Thanks a bunch - great forum! Hillbilly

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johnmonkey
I have a 1963 Gardenmark squire. Look through the simplicity section of this site and there are lots of pictures of simplicities and gardenmarks. Good luck John H ps I don't have the part you are looking for (the flywheel I believe from what you describe) but one of oure advertisers may have it.

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Kent
It probably was the equivalent of a 9HP Landlord or Landlord 101... What engine is in it? I'm guessing it's a 10HP model 243431, based on the MFR Number. If so, it's about a 1965 model, perhaps 1966, and the equivalent of a Landlord 101.

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Dadsy98
Hi Hillbilly, welcome! For manuals go to this site: http://www.simplicitytechpubs.com/v_techpubsearch.php#start enter these for your search: TP-1319 (operators/parts) TP-973 (repair) The Master publication catalog doesn't list MFGR# 990359. But this should be close. Good Luck! Steve

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hillbilly
Thanks for all the help. You were right, it is a 1966 Landlord 101 with a Briggs 10HP model 243431. Seems I may have all the driveshaft parts afterall. I know the 3 pole voltage regulator is toast, priced one at the local mower shop, $65.00, wow are they proud of those. Does anyone have a better source I should check or a working used one for sale? Thanks again. Hillbilly

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