ElecTrak Rat Rod Part 15
- Published on Sep 24, 2018
I finish up the tractor and see what it can do!
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The big disappointment was that I ran into a mechanical problem just before dark the night before the Junk Parade! Unfortunately, that meant I did NOT run the tractor in the parade. But there's always NEXT YEAR!
I tested out the tractor and wanted to go up higher on two wheels, so I cut the welds on the wheelie bar, lifted the entire front of the tractor with an engine hoist, and re-welded it.
Tractor pops wheelies just fine!
Components I used on this project lawn tractor project include:
Several 15 tooth sprockets for 3/4″ shaft - amzn.to/2x3jevj
32 Tooth sprocket for 3/4″ shaft - amzn.to/2oUBKlO
#40 Chain and link - amzn.to/2O40h2F
3/4″ Keyed Shaft - amzn.to/2N5EKKR
Hydraulic Cable Crimper - amzn.to/2oWZLZG
2/0 3/8" power lugs - amzn.to/2OL7JQN
Tap and die set - amzn.to/2wYwq4w
6 Nissan Leaf Cell Modules
500A DC Motor controller
Clarke MIG welder: amzn.to/2xbtrG5
Angle-Grinder similar to: amzn.to/2zmVioQ
with cut-off, grinding, and flapper discs. amzn.to/2MSTzex
This video was shot on a Canon Rebel T6i: amzn.to/2pcHI1r
"Shaving Mirror" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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