I have a briggs motor in the shed that runs great and was trying to think of a fun project to use it on. I am wanting to make something that can be used in the pits when we go camping or riding. Something to hop on and run down to the showers, etc.
I thought about a motorized ice chest like this one:
What are some other ideas that would be fun to build? Any info would be appreciated.
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10-16-2010, 09:28 PM #1
New project (drivable ice chest..??..)Miller 180
10-17-2010, 07:08 PM #2Junior Member
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i like it. you will be known at the camp site as man with many visions.... looks good...
10-17-2010, 08:26 PM #3
I think it would be a fun project and practical. Anyone have any pointers or suggestions?Miller 180
10-21-2010, 05:18 PM #4
cruisincoolers.com, has a few models you can look at. No plans to build one though, I was actually thinking about making one of these pretty soon. I like the look of the one in your pic.Millermatic 250
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10-21-2010, 07:43 PM #5
Thanks for the link. Keep the info coming.Miller 180
10-30-2010, 05:02 AM #6Member
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- Mission Hills, CA
those are cool, i chose to build a barstool racer personally. course i cant leave the cooler out so im building a small trailer to pull behind it that can haul my cooler or anything i could fit on the deck.
not finished but is ride able. never mind the clear plastic bottle, that was my testing fuel tank. i built one out of some aluminum but wasn't happy with the way it came out so back to the drawing boards on that part.
its a HOOT though, it wheelies AND i chase cars around the neighborhood doing 35mph.
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10-30-2010, 07:55 AM #7
I have seen the barstool racers quit a bit. I am still thinking about what I want to do. It will probably be a while before I start on mine.Miller 180
10-30-2010, 12:31 PM #8Junior Member
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- Boise, Idaho
Sprockets, chain, pulleys and belts...
I found this website a couple months ago. They will have ALL the necessary hardware to get your project off the ground. check it out, and post many pics when you are done!
10-31-2010, 08:53 AM #9