7) Test your vehicle
in a remote, secluded area.
Amir, Chris, and Yasu
were on hand to help me learn that J
My first attempt has been
to copy cat T005.
1) buy more expensive parts off
the bat instead of trying to make cheaper stuff work (motors with gearboxes,
good bearing, maybe even motor controllers) IMO its not worth your time
2) favor screws over bolts
3) tack on a digit then
double your estimate for completion
4) don't redesign on a whim - get
it all working, see what breaks, then do the simplest thing that could
5) an adrenaline rush when using a
table saw means you're doing it wrong
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June 09, 2006 8:36 PM
looking for some "mentors" [TANKS]
Still hoping someone is near my area of Greensboro, NC that is willing to answer a LOT of
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"
Where is a good place to start looking for buying up
a few pieces of "stuff" to start out with ... motors, hardware,
Got a looooong way to go to get going ... picking
out a plan and getting started.
Any suggestions on what was YOUR first