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JOHN PITTELLI <jplily-at-yahoo.com>
Re: Still looking for some "mentors" [TANKS]
Fri, 9 Jun 2006 22:12:25 -0700 (PDT)
First pick a boxy, roomy tank to build.
The more straight panels the better. After that
decision is made, then figure out motors and layout of
batteries and wiring. Plenty of help available through
the site, just ask. Plenty of good info in the how to
section. Or see if Tyng Tech has any kits available.
--- Gordon Saunders <kw4cz-at-triad.rr.com> wrote:
> Hi to all,
> Still hoping someone is near my area of Greensboro,
> NC that is willing to answer a LOT of questions.
> Granted, I am about an hour or so drive from the
> Tank Museum in Danville, VA
> That's an option .. but I like the "bigger" tanks
> Where is a good place to start looking for buying up
> a few pieces of "stuff" to start out with ...
> motors, hardware, etc.
> Got a looooong way to go to get going ... picking
> out a plan and getting started.
> Any suggestions on what was YOUR first attempts ??
> Gordon Saunders
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