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Just needs a long extension cord! It runs on 2 group 27 AGM batteries. 1/3hp.

Wife has been thoughtfully on my case... I just can't get around at our outdoor activities. She suggested I get a scooter. Insurance will not pay for outdoor units. I tipped a rental unit over a couple of times. I found this one on CraigsList.

No good deed goes unpunished... I hung up the trailer wiring on the trip to buy it... yanked the trailer plug & it dragged on the ground & was ruined. I replaced the plug... still had problems. I figured with yanking the wiring (I never liked how the wires were dressed.) I've had it apart again. Finally I had it working except for the left turn signal. I traced it to a burned out bulb! I used to always travel with a box of spare bulbs for the horse trailer. Guess what? I found the box, had the right bulb, cleaned it up with a scotch bright pad & it worked. I'm beat, but at least I'm back to working forward!

Oh, yeah, I found a picture on the internet... a guy put knobbies on his machine & took it hunting. I want that!

Russ

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I thought about loading it into the bed of the Dodge with a ramp but my dear wife is scared of ramps. I don't know if it would have climbed a steep ramp (4X4) anyway. So as long as I have the CTD & the landscaper's trailer, that's how I'll move it around. I'm measuring & figuring to add a lugage rack to the rear for my nesessary items. OEM had a bracket for the back of the swivel seat. So You get off one side & it hides your can & rollator walker on the far side.Let's see if we can drop in a diesel! Too cool!R

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get some turn signals, head/tail lights, and a tag and you would be street legal in the great state of OK:lmao2:but seriously, i hope it corners well. my father had trouble navigating his narrow home

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I hate loading my quad into the bed of my truck, its so stinking steep, its even steep when I put the tires in the street gutter, and my driveway has about a 1% slope. But glad you can stay mobile and outdoors, keeps the mind healthy!

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Unit has head & tail lights, turn signals & flashers (run on 24 volts same as the drive motors). Supposedly has a 20 mile range, can make 10 mph... holly crap that thing is flying! I want the Snoopy Flying Ace goggles... maybe a roll bar...Russ

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Yes, I can appropriate the slow vehicle warning triangle off Sheila's unused pony cart... though I don't want to use it on the roads much. Maybe the annual "MS walk". This is more to take the place of my horse for off road activities.Russ

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