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James Franky
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This is my second ever forum the first one is related to php coding. Hi to everyone - first post on this forum excited and hope for some good friends ahead. Like to blog about cars specially electric vehicles and their conversion methods.
 
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Howdy James, welcome to Permies. I think there is a thread around here somewhere about electric tractors that you might like.
 
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Welcome to permies.
I really like the electric ATV's and think they would be a good addition to rotational grazing practices.
tons of great info all over this site.
 
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Thank you Tom and Hogan for the warm welcome.
 
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Tom Davis wrote:Welcome to permies.
I really like the electric ATV's and think they would be a good addition to rotational grazing practices.
tons of great info all over this site.


Old golfcarts are really popular around here. New batteries, suspension lift, bigger tires, plus they have built-in fence post holders Eco redneck.
 
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Old golfcarts are really popular around here. New batteries, suspension lift, bigger tires, plus they have built-in fence post holders Eco redneck.

That's cool, of course it's the easy answer that eludes me. Can you start a thread and post some pics and specs or something like that in the transportation forum?
Are they powerfull enough for muddy hills?
 
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Tom Davis wrote:
Old golfcarts are really popular around here. New batteries, suspension lift, bigger tires, plus they have built-in fence post holders Eco redneck.

That's cool, of course it's the easy answer that eludes me. Can you start a thread and post some pics and specs or something like that in the transportation forum?
Are they powerfull enough for muddy hills?


DOH! I thought this was the vehicle forum. I just go from recent topics search and don't pay attention to the forum it was posted in--I just follow (and occasionally cause) the thread drift.
 
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