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Old 07-18-2004, 12:17 AM
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Heres a kool bike.

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Old 07-18-2004, 12:45 AM
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see now thats beyond redneck; thats gotta be hillbilly.......but hey, atleast you can kill two birds with one stone .
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Dont look at me its not mine .I got it from trailer trash site lol.
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Not that dumb an idea actually, us earth lovers are always looking for a way to reduce emissions. If you made one that worked and was easy to ride people would buy. Make it for the price of a gas lawnmower, anyone remember the Flymo?

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Old 07-18-2004, 09:28 AM
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wth? was the flymow? did this come from the worm hole?

i like the concept. hmmmm maybe a RIDING MOWER!!!!
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Old 07-18-2004, 11:07 AM
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Heres a kool bike.
Thanks sway! LoL...maybe I should build one. My lawnmower is broken because the flywheel fins flew into pieces. A screwdriver was tuck into it....dont' ask...lol.
Here's my bike so far

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Old 07-18-2004, 11:32 AM
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It was a mower that floated on air. If I remember right it had weedwhacker string underneath,. Never did go over too well. I think it only lasted about a year. The thing is it would probably go over now. I was watching a guy fly a radio controlled plane the other day. Pretty darn big plane. Got me to thinking...why couldn't servos be attached to a regular garden tractor so you could just sit back, suck down some brewskies (or as Larry says..."a twack") and mow the lawn. If a person could adapt the GPS system off of the huge John Deere farm tractors, they are programmed after the first time running through the course and remember after that. Man I'm onto somethin' and have no money to back myself!!!! SOL again!!
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Hey Kevin, check out Husqvarna lawn equipment. They make something just like that. I don't remember the price, but it was more than I've got in my business account. They've also got a battery powered mower that runs itself around the yard. Rain or shine, daytime or nightime. It's bounderies are set the same as those underground dog fences. That's another pricy idea though.
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Old 07-18-2004, 02:15 PM
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It was a mower that floated on air. If I remember right it had weedwhacker string underneath,. Never did go over too well. I think it only lasted about a year. The thing is it would probably go over now. I was watching a guy fly a radio controlled plane the other day. Pretty darn big plane. Got me to thinking...why couldn't servos be attached to a regular garden tractor so you could just sit back, suck down some brewskies (or as Larry says..."a twack") and mow the lawn. If a person could adapt the GPS system off of the huge John Deere farm tractors, they are programmed after the first time running through the course and remember after that. Man I'm onto somethin' and have no money to back myself!!!! SOL again!!

I worked at a place called Trimble Navigation where they did just that. They develop GPS farm equipment systems.
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