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RYOBI POWERED GOCART

I found this gocart at a garage sale with no battery's or charger, for a good deal. it will run from 12 to 24 volts, so i toke my ryobi flashlight apart and wired it into the cart. it also did not have reverse so i taped into the wires and added a toggle switch to control the direction. the nice thing is my kids dont have to wait for a battery to charge, cause i always have a few 18v battery's charging. the wires look messy but i am going to wire loom them.

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Hemingway

Nice McGyver job on this go-kart. I bet your kids are really loving it.


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bigedschukar

This is awesome!!


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jstatham

Can you send me more pics and details on how you made this. email me at jstatham@comcast.net Thanks


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gchacetwo

Thats a great idea,glad to see it thanks.


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Laughing14

Very cool! Gave it a vote!


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handelbars123

This proves there is gold in old junk.


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