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this is one of the reasons i went with the drive shaft mounted pulley and
v belt route.. it would be much easier to
change motor types then if i went direct drive with the kiddie car
On Tue, 01 Jul 2003 20:41:26 -0500 Jaysen Hayes <scalemaster-at-charter.net>
> I am glad to hear that the battle was a success and that everyone had
> great time.
> I have to admit that I was a little disappointed to see such a
> battle field.
> I had visions of crumbled buildings made of foam core board..and
> some branch debris..and perhaps drivers a little farther away from
> It was also disturbing to hear that the power wheels motors did so
> poorly. I am more or less locked into them, because of design and
> finance. I suppose if they are really that bad I will be looking at
> motor change over at some time in the future...but right now its
> not doable for me.
> Still...for as disappointed as I am...I am still not detured..and am
> pushing ahead with construction. My motors should be here this
> We have added another crewman to our team. John Groat who served
> the 11th Cav in Viet Nam. Glad to have him and his input on systems
> the real tank are proving to be very valuable.
> I look forward to being battle ready..I hope by December sometime.
"they that can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary
neither liberty nor safety"
benjamin franklin,historical review of pennsylvania ,1759
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