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  1. All EV Conversions and Builds
    Decided to tackle a mower coversion because why not. Plan to use for mowing my 1/2 acre lot and more importantly to mount a snow blower for my 200 ft driveway. Platform is a 38" MTD variable belt drive unfortunately she was missing some idles etç which added time and cost. Would definitely...
  2. Technical Discussion
    I'm in the planning stages of an RC Mower build. I currently already have a Flysky i6x remote with a 6ch receiver. A Sabertooth 2x60 dual motor driver. And 2x 24v wheelchair motors with hubs/wheels for the rear. I'm thinking of powering the drive motors with a single battery:
  3. Technical Discussion
    Hello everyone! Long, long time reader, first time poster. I thought my first post would have been concerning a car conversion but it looks like my first conversion is going to be a riding mower. All that said, here we go: I received a free Craftsman 50" hydrostat mower in non-running...
  4. Electric Motors
    Hey guys, Running into several math problems, with the biggest being financially oriented. I have a 20 year old Toro Zero Turn mower whose HydroStatic unit finally went out ($700 to replace) and the 24hp ICE has been giving me minor issues as well, so what better time to look into my first...
  5. New Member Introductions
    Someone on the newsgroup suggested this forum. I have for a long time been interested in EVs and hybrids, and I have started by converting a stripped-down riding mower and using a 2 HP three phase induction motor, with a standard VFD, using 320 VDC which I obtain from a 17...
  6. Non Road Going Vehicles
    Hey everyone: I am looking at doing a zero turn radius riding mower conversion. However, as been mentioned in other posts, a hydrostatic transmission is inefficient when used with an electric motor. My idea is to use two hub motors, one for each drive tire, instead. Then I would use another...
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