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Topeka Hiway Mower

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Allan K.

07-22-2003 21:22:37

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Still need help with any information anybody can provide on Topeka Hiway Mower. It appears to have a 4cyl. Continental Red Seal Power unit. It is missing the rear axle and would like to know what could be used for a replacement. I've heard that it may have come out of a pickup truck originally.Thanks.

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Marty Henson

01-09-2007 16:47:58

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 Re: Topeka Hiway Mower in reply to Allan K. , 07-22-2003 21:22:37  
Mine appears to use a Willys rear axle.

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Steve T

08-22-2003 20:47:30

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 Re: Topeka Hiway Mower in reply to Allan K. , 07-22-2003 21:22:37  
Hello from Montana, I looked at one of these a couple of years back and this is what I found. The basic machine was built using old CJ style Jeep frames and running gear, except they used the Continential engine instead of the Jeep engine. Why I dont know, maybe the Jeep engine wouldnt hold up to a continuious hi RPM. Go poke around an old Jeep and and see if it aint so. Steve T

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