Yes, but what have you got / could you get in terms of power? L
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I have an ACE HARDWARE nearby and 30 USD
You'll not get much for $30, but it'll help if you can get stuff for 0$ also. Have a look under electric bike some of those mechanisms might be achievable. And some other bike conversions - see what you find that you think might work? L
How about $50 USD?
What did you find that looked like something you could do (links last comment)? L
a few generators and hub motors
You've got some motors to start with? Any batteries? L
quite a few assorted batteries (aa,aaa,c,d,9v), no way of soldering or creating a second motor. I also have access to large amounts of small solar devices and a whole mess of pocket knives and wood
Mmm, you'd need a lot of 9V batteries for an electric bike, you don't seem to have the right materials yet. L
I recently gained access to a bunch of co2 powerlets and a chainsaw motor.
The chainsaw might do it - gas(oline) or electric? L
can't get it. What about my old electric weed whacker?
That would be mains-powered so would need an inverter, and gearing. The chainsaw has a sprocket already and much higher power-to-weight, so shame about that. L
Have a look at the chainsaw, can you fit it into the frame? You'd need to connect the saw-pinion to the front-gear hub with a short chain. L
what about a weed whacker???
My first motor is a mid-size, very bulky, pretty powerful solar panel that can be used to very slowly charge a car battery.
By the way, i cant weld either