Re: Anyone know of an EV based on cells from DeWalt

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Re: Anyone know of an EV based on cells from DeWalt

Chuck Hays

Sure. Some of the e-bike guys are doing it. They've
worked out that if they buy a 36V drill kit at Home
Despot, they can cannibalize the charger and the
battery packs and sell the drill body on eBay.

For a short-range 36 or 72 volt e-bike, a reasonable
solution. How much machinery in how big a package
do you need to move you around? Play the numbers.

Chuck Hays
Kamloops BC
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Re: Anyone know of an EV based on cells from DeWalt

Travis Gintz
sure,

look up 2ssic

its a dodge daytona replica kit car based on a TON of dewalt cells.

On Nov 29, 2007 2:54 PM, Chuck Hays <[hidden email]> wrote:

>
> Sure. Some of the e-bike guys are doing it. They've
> worked out that if they buy a 36V drill kit at Home
> Despot, they can cannibalize the charger and the
> battery packs and sell the drill body on eBay.
>
> For a short-range 36 or 72 volt e-bike, a reasonable
> solution. How much machinery in how big a package
> do you need to move you around? Play the numbers.
>
> Chuck Hays
> Kamloops BC
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