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    Quote Originally Posted by rustyboxx
    What about making one of these? Might not be safe for work
    you dirty git!

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    you could shoot it.
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    shuv it in a honda with an inverter and call it a hybrid car
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    Quote Originally Posted by NiN^_^NiN
    The Go-Kart idea could work but the problem is it's got set speed low medium high so its not the best idea.
    hook it up to bike chains / gearing to adjust speed, better hope its a strong chain though

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    Did you see the Mythbusters episode with the warshingmachine? The motor didn't have enough torque to turn a dude while standing in the tub.
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    depends what type of washing machine the old one's are pretty powerful powerful enough for the speed of a old person on a scooter.

    still think the honda hybrid idea is best lol
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    It's off a washing machine that's about 15 years old, so hopefully it has alot of torque.
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    you could make one of them old 50's machines where u put the rubber band on yourself and it wobbles you lol
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    lol, weren't those used to make you loose weight or something like that?
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    yeah but they never worked

    blast from the past was on like 2 weeks ago on tv fox and it had one of them rubber band things in that movie.

    it's funny they think cause it makes u move its as good as doing proper exercise so they sold quite a few
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