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    Quote Originally Posted by Gizmo2 View Post
    I'm thinking pistol range.
    ...also a great idea.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Herminator View Post
    Yes but I am close enough to borrow it someday.
    Any time brother.

    Quote Originally Posted by DRobinson View Post
    Sure is a nice looking floor. Have you given any thought to getting a couple go-karts to race on it before you get moved in?
    Sold the faster racing kart. Just have to bolt the motor to the other one.

    Quote Originally Posted by Gizmo2 View Post
    I'm thinking pistol range.
    We already shoot out the doors and windows. Now we have an elevated platform to shoot from.
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    I think the batteries are fine. The guy had it in an old semi trailer. Don't think he charged it before Dirty picked it up.

    Dirty plugged it in yesterday afternoon. Called me later and said it wasn't charging. Someone turn the breaker off. must have been the Doncrete guys.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DRobinson View Post
    Sure is a nice looking floor. Have you given any thought to getting a couple go-karts to race on it before you get moved in?
    Quote Originally Posted by Gizmo2 View Post
    I'm thinking pistol range.
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    Bad news. The controller took a dump on the lift. The guy I got it from said bring it back and he'll fix it with an updated controller. I thought that was pretty good.

    The only issue was we needed to get it to him. It wouldn't do anything but go up and down. Once we got the brakes freed up we couldn't steer it worth a darn. Cracked a couple lines and it helped some, but not much. We used the neighbor's skid steer to get it lined up to the boards on the ramps. We were able to push it up the ramps a ways and used a come a long to get it the rest of the way. Tomorrow Dirty will run it back over there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MDrew View Post
    Bad news. The controller took a dump on the lift. The guy I got it from said bring it back and he'll fix it with an updated controller. I thought that was pretty good.

    The only issue was we needed to get it to him. It wouldn't do anything but go up and down. Once we got the brakes freed up we couldn't steer it worth a darn. Cracked a couple lines and it helped some, but not much. We used the neighbor's skid steer to get it lined up to the boards on the ramps. We were able to push it up the ramps a ways and used a come a long to get it the rest of the way. Tomorrow Dirty will run it back over there.
    That’s a quality seller.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MDrew View Post
    Bad news. The controller took a dump on the lift. The guy I got it from said bring it back and he'll fix it with an updated controller. I thought that was pretty good.

    The only issue was we needed to get it to him. It wouldn't do anything but go up and down. Once we got the brakes freed up we couldn't steer it worth a darn. Cracked a couple lines and it helped some, but not much. We used the neighbor's skid steer to get it lined up to the boards on the ramps. We were able to push it up the ramps a ways and used a come a long to get it the rest of the way. Tomorrow Dirty will run it back over there.
    IMO that's good news (sort of). Better now than 6 months from now.
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    Dirty got the new controller in. Then had more electrical problems. 3 hours later he found the stop switch on the bottom was acting funky and changing voltages causing the ECM to freak out and lock the thing down.

    I got out there with the wiring diagrams and troubleshooting guide just after he figured it out.
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    Mine either needs two new start switches, or the solenoid is bad. It'll crank if you jump the solenoid, but has ancient gas in it and doesn't even try to fire.

    Need to swap connectors on the LP side and see if that carb is still working.

    Hired a Dodge 5500 wrecker to drag it up the trailer, and it couldn't (just more bad luck with me and Chryslers ), but the battery back-up will roll it fwd/rev so we used the combined power of the wrecker winch and me "driving" via the bucket to get her on.

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    I've been a bit busy and haven't done much on the shop. We did get 1 overhead door on. The first one went pretty slow. Now that we know what we are doing the others will go much quicker.

    Dirty was out there working today. I'm stuck at work until after dark, on a Friday. I don't like to stay much past noon on Fridays.
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