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Thread: Project 1 from ShaneJackson. Category: Custom Automotive on/off road Welding

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    Everlast PowerTig 200DX
    Everlast Supercut 50P
    I need a MIG.... which one to buy:
    I-Mig 160, I-Mig 200, or a MTS 160

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    How are you going to deal with drainage? I assume if it rains, the frames around the panels will trap water on top and once it evaporates will leave behind deposits that will kill your efficiency in short order. Looks good though.
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    Dive faster.... lol. I dont think I have to worry to much about that unless I can find a flat spot to park it (other than inside). I will probably just keep the top waxed to help. I guess we will see if this is a problem with time.
    Everlast PowerTig 200DX
    Everlast Supercut 50P
    I need a MIG.... which one to buy:
    I-Mig 160, I-Mig 200, or a MTS 160

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    No offense but we would have to add a rudder and some flaps for here in Kansas as it might try to lift off with our nice breezy days. Project does look like it was well planned out and worked out just fine. Nice looking job.
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    Have you gotten a chance to take it out and about? Wondering how fast the solar panels charge the cart... Could it keep them charged all the time?
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    I'm still working on the wiring.... but have took it for a spin with the panels on top. It drives the same as the fiberglass top (not much more weight with the panels). As for keeping the cart charged, no. The panels will provide a little over 7 amps. At cruise the cart draws around 60-70 amps if I remember correctly. I have a programmer coming tomorrow to speed the cart up and will take measurements.

    Increase in range was not the goal of this project. but should yield 10%+, That is if you just drove it as far as it would go. If you stopped along the way, you would get even more.
    Everlast PowerTig 200DX
    Everlast Supercut 50P
    I need a MIG.... which one to buy:
    I-Mig 160, I-Mig 200, or a MTS 160

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    Quote Originally Posted by ShaneJackson View Post
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    Have you found a good deal on agm batteries ?
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    no... not looked for any. I would either go flooded lead or LiFePO4
    Everlast PowerTig 200DX
    Everlast Supercut 50P
    I need a MIG.... which one to buy:
    I-Mig 160, I-Mig 200, or a MTS 160

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