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    Wink And more batteries

    So much recent discussion about batteries! After reading the recent threads and recalling the MS issue, I decided I should not charge them on top my wooden workbench anymore. I found a nice metal topped surface to place my chargers on....







    How do you think I did?
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    Hahahaha. Thats awesome!!!

    Are you racing cars or boats or something?
    My buddy had a similar barrel, and he raced drag boats.
    Look, whatever happens, don't fight the mountain.

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    One piece of advice, I think they'll charge better if you have the two chargers sitting on top of each other rather than side by side.

    Oh, and make sure you tape the double adapter that you have plugged both chargers into to the other double adapter that is also powering the beer fridge which comes of the one powering the arc welder so that the plugs don't fall apart.




    Edit: OK, just to make sure I don't get sued. The above is clearly said tongue in cheek and is in no way intended to be taken as advice on how to charge your batteries properly
    Last edited by emu26; 03-07-2011 at 12:41 AM.

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    Where are the open wires badly wrapped in duct tape? The pool of water on the floor?

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    Quote Originally Posted by savagemann
    Are you racing cars or boats or something?
    My buddy had a similar barrel, and he raced drag boats.
    It's for the toy car. Often driven to work but once in a while it hits the track.


    Quote Originally Posted by Ofroad'bent
    Where are the open wires badly wrapped in duct tape?
    They're mostly tucked behind the drum. Wouldn't want a tripping hazard would we?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vancbiker
    It's for the toy car. Often driven to work but once in a while it hits the track.
    Do tell! Mission or Pitt Meadows?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlownCivic
    Do tell! Mission or Pitt Meadows?
    PIR (Portland Int'l Raceway) and Woodburn, Or.

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    Doh! So the Vanc does not refer to the Vancouver in BC then!

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