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Will Montgomery <wsmontg5-at-netscape.net>
Re: fording depth
Tue, 08 Jun 2004 21:19:36 -0400
As long as it's fresh water it will cause no problems . It will just
slow down the motors down a little bit. Run a motor under is a good my
to clean out the carbon from the brushes.
> Hi all
> Am I right in thinking the motors in my KCM,s [ or any electric motor
> ] will work ok briefly underwater ie fording a puddle as long as I
> keep the rest of the electrics excluding the drive battery above the
> water line ?
> So say battery + motors below mudguards , rest of electrics above mud
> guards , means fording depth is up to mud guards ?
> regards Paul , not wanting to have to rescue a heavy and wet tank form
> a small lake Needham
- wet motors
- From: "Nick Hoke" <nhoke-at-nksd.wednet.edu>
- fording depth
- From: paul needham <paul.2.needham-at-btconnect.com>