To avoid making seperate flywheel patterns, the Reliable Machine Co. used the same flywheel on both sides of the engine. The flywheels on Scott Clausen's engine were also the only pieces that identified it as a Reliable.
Instead of a flyball governor, the Reliable has flywheel weights.
Scott Clausen's 1903 5 HP Reliable.
A close look at the igniter and spark-saver mechanism on the Reliable. Assistance from 1-1/2 HP Reliable owner Jim Zook helped Scott and his son, Jonathan, machine the individual pieces properly.