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Electric transportation update

lucyThe golf cart is now safe and sound back on the farm.

I didn't get the technical details of what exactly was wrong due to the mechanic not being in the shop, but hopefully we'll find out from him later what the major malfunction was.

I'll put the traction straps back on the wheels tomorrow and that should put us back in business for navigating the muddy driveway.



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Weird that there were broken wires on the bottom you couldn't see. Wonder if you could add a plate to cover them?
Comment by joey [kitenet.net] Mon Jan 26 20:32:08 2009
I was wondering about something like that. It seems like it'd be smart to make the golf cart a little more able to withstand the perils of our driveway.... :-)
Comment by anna Tue Jan 27 10:35:11 2009





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