Thanks for checking out OMBWarehouse.com. Founded in 2010, we started with just 2 people and and an idea. Mini bikes came first and since then, we've expanded to everything in your garage and beyond.
We add to our catalog on a regular basis. We're always looking for new cool things to sell.
We ship all day, every day! We know you want to get your projects together and your equipment repaired ASAP. We try our best to keep stock on our most popular items and to deal with reliable vendors to keep wait times shorter for special order items.
We appreciate our customers so much! It's because of you that we've been able to expand every year.
We believe in community! That's why we founded two free online forums to provide technical asisstance:
OldMiniBikes.com: This is the largest mini bike community on the internet. People discuss bikes there, both vintage and new, as well as engine modfication, go karts, drift trikes, bar stool racers, etc.
SmallEngineForum.com: This is a newer forum we are working to build. If you post a technical question regarding anything with a small engine, we will strive to get you a response right away. We hope to grow this community so it's a great resource for small engine mechanics and hobbyists as well.
Thank you for your business!
To: The Staff of OMB Warehouse
My name is Edward Hope I live in Richmond Hill Ga. I am 66 years old and have had several heart attacks and a stroke. A while back I stated watching YouTube videos of lawn mower racing and the building of the machines and their engines and was impressed with what could be done with a riding mower.
After many day and nights of watching the videos I decided that it may aid in my recovery from my stroke if I tried to build something that my Grandson would like to ride around on when he comes up from Florida and that I could use to get around on my property since I have so much trouble walking. I decided that I don’t want to build a racing mower to the extent that I had seen on the videos but just something that would move a little faster than a regular mower.
So I decided to drag out an old Murray Riding Mower that I had retired before my health started failing. The old Murray had been powered by a 12.5hp Brigg Flat Head. I removed the deck and disassembled the engine in order to see why it was smoking when I retired it. When I tore down the engine I found that the Exhaust Valve had some spots on it and needed to be replaced. So this is where I started my adventure looking for a new exhaust valve during my search I found that the valve had been discontinued by the manufacture.
I then turn my search to the internet and found several used valves on E-bay and subsequently placed an order but I have been scammed twice and was less than pleased with the results of the two (2) experiences that I have had thus far. I then turned to Amazon who I thought had a better repetition with backing up their orders however I found out that after waiting for a month on my order that they were just as bad. After a short battle with Amazon and the vendor I gotten my money back and that brings me to the reason for this message.
I happened to get OMB’S name from a kart racer I had been communicating with on the internet and he assured me that your company was very good had reasonable prices and was very trustworthy. Based strictly on his recommendation I place my order that very night. I received an e-mail the following day advising that my order had been shipped and three (3) days later my order arrived in the mail.
As I have said I am 66 and my wife and I are living on social security and we don’t have a long of money to keep lost to scammers. I just want to let someone at your company how grateful I am to find a vendor that during these trying times still does what they say they are going to do.
Thank you from and old man!!!!!!!
Thank you so much for your kind words... they really mean a lot! Please provide your tshirt size and we'll send a care package with a shirt, a calendar, and some stickers.
I'm going to edit out your contact info here since it's public. :)
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