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HIGHWAYTOHELL

this is really neat you should get a few videos because i want to see this in action i might actually try this out

Chris

Hm... I wonder if you could use two of the same drill and hook them up to a single button. Like a pedal button on the skateboard.

TO THE BAT CAVE!

pusha man

the problem wit this is that it wouldn't work with a real skateboard, the one you used was a toy with plastic trucks that allows the axel to spin freely

also to maximize proformace i.e. go faster and smoother you would have to buy better wheels and bearings. the ones that come with those types of toys are crap

Scott

Since I couldn't find a place to write suggestions for new projects, maybe someone will see this post and steer me there? I'd like to see you hack the Aiptek HD 720p Camcorders to add an external mic input. These things are cheap with great picture quality, but universal complaints about their sound make them iffy. Being able to add external mic input would be hugely beneficial!

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There is always power-walking, or race-walking, outside or on an
indoor track! This is a little bit different from the treadmill since
you can actually go somewhere, trek up some steep streets in the
neighborhood, do it on your lunch break if you work, etc

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Hm... I wonder if you could use two of the same drill and hook them up to a single button. Like a pedal button on the skateboard.

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Its really good that you have viewed
weekly project about Skateboard of drill powered. instructions of battery-powered enhanced are really good instructions that i think as i knew about power drills.

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haha!LoL!
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Nice to see what you guys ended up doing with Pownce code and props on making it Open Source! I'll be at Blogworld as well.

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This would be an awesome project. I am going to wait for the completion.

UGG Delaine

Took me awhile to read all the comments, but I rea It proved to be very useful to me and I am sure to all the commenters here!

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