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Old 03-18-2016, 07:55 PM
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Ok some more pics. Brian
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Ok some more pics. Brian
I've narrowed it down to, one of three items

1 - a fuel rod extractor for a Harbor Freight nuclear reactor

2 - a folding turkey prod for windy acres new additions

3 - folding landing gear for a Ronco/Propiel sourced drone fighter
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Old 03-18-2016, 10:17 PM
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1 - a fuel rod extractor for a Harbor Freight nuclear reactor
Jack gets my vote for that one!!!

Other than that, I'm guessing a fold down shelf.
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Old 03-19-2016, 02:58 PM
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Jack gets my vote for that one!!! Other than that, I'm guessing a fold down shelf.
I think this is the closest guess! Fold down handles on the storage box I made for Cub Scout pinewood derby track. Worked pretty well, but already designing mod #2. Especially if I did move this a lot, which I don't . Track gets used 3 times a year now. It would be better to put the wheels in the center or another set just slightly off center and a little lower to make turning through doors easier. Would be able to balance on center wheels and turn in a circle then. I am already planning the mechanism to drop the wheels and then retract when parked. Other than that, I help keep our pack raising the bar at the district championships! Racing went smooth today, other than my computer was going to play the national anthem for the start, and my computer decided to crash a minute before, and I had to reboot it to get it to work. Another guy ended up playing it from his phone. Brian
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Some pictures of the racing event. I think they said we had 92 racers today. Our district covers a five county area and the top four racers from each pack in each rank are invited to come. Arrived at 9:15 this morning to setup, racers started coming in to register at 10:30, racing started at noon. By 2:30, racing done, gym almost all cleaned up and I Was headed home. Since our track had three ministers set up to display racing results, I got to host the Grand champion race on our track. :-) Was nice, the grand champion was from our pack this year too. We will see if he can place well next year with a new car! Brian
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Old 03-19-2016, 03:13 PM
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Pics of our track and set up. Brian
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