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This instructable is an addendum to the previous one, and documents a lot of improvements I made to the original project.
I sliced one of the power cables and put a switch in the middle.Now I can turn the gollerblades on and off.
I got this wheel from my local hardware store (they have *everything*).First, I drilled out the center of the wheel to make it fit over the threads of ...
Last time I used duct tape. Not a flexible or reusable material. If you want this project to be permanent, use something sturdy and reusable, like these handy ...
An have a rocking good time, whizzing around a parking lot with your friends.Motorized roller-hockey?ResultsThe switch was definitely wonderful to have, the bike tubes quite convenient.On the other ...
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