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Take a bunch of common parts, and create the hottest set of wheels around.I got almost everything here for cheap or free, or from a swapmeet.Say goodbye to ...
I got this one at a swapmeet for $9. Take off the guard plate (if yours has one) with a screwdriver.
You can run power tools on dc power!Along those lines, I threw together five 12V batteries. More batteries = more power.Test to make sure they're all roughly the ...
Remember to insulate with some electrical tape or something. Sparks and shorts are exciting, but will burn your carpet, and make your batteries sad.
This cost me around $4 at the local hardware store. Spin it on finger-tight - the angle grinder will self-tighten as it spins.
So that when you plug in the angle grinder, it goes. I mean GOES. Full-speed. It's probably a good idea to put a switch somewhere, so you can ...
I got this bag for free - throw the batteries in anything you can carry whilst 'blading. I considered making a battery-belt, for more even weight distribution. The ...
Get set -
Duct Tape - $1. Do whatever to make the grinder attached sturdily to your leg. Make sure the wheel is spinning in the right direction.
These skates create plumes of concrete dust smoke behind you - awesome!I wonder if I could win at the Seattle Power Tool Drag Racesedit: Go-llerblades Part 2 is ...
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