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17 hours ago, mC HULL said:

Just grab an alternator from scrap yard £20 bit a rope and wood done mate 👍 

Wouldn’t get far with a alternator from a scrap car mate as it’s not a motor a alternator is like a cars dynamo to produce power to charge batteries an operating lights he’ll want a starter motor👍🏽A old type pre engaged mini starter is best as once the gear is cut off the end it leaves a long shaft to add a spool were as a modern engage type starter needs a shaft added or a plate to bolt a spool to the old type are better to wire up an add a trigger switch to run the lure as well as they have a separate starter solenoid

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Hi thanks just had it out and actually you are right is works very well and is light weight I got it from https://stallionsheffield.co.uk/lures  

Just grab an alternator from scrap yard £20 bit a rope and wood done mate 👍 

I don’t have that devil book  mate 😅

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3 hours ago, poxon said:

Wouldn’t get far with a alternator from a scrap car mate as it’s not a motor a alternator is like a cars dynamo to produce power to charge batteries an operating lights he’ll want a starter motor👍🏽A old type pre engaged mini starter is best as once the gear is cut off the end it leaves a long shaft to add a spool were as a modern engage type starter needs a shaft added or a plate to bolt a spool to the old type are better to wire up an add a trigger switch to run the lure as well as they have a separate starter solenoid

😆 sorry mate I didn't even see id put alternator lol thought I'd put starter motor lol

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12 hours ago, poxon said:

Wouldn’t get far with a alternator from a scrap car mate as it’s not a motor a alternator is like a cars dynamo to produce power to charge batteries an operating lights he’ll want a starter motor👍🏽A old type pre engaged mini starter is best as once the gear is cut off the end it leaves a long shaft to add a spool were as a modern engage type starter needs a shaft added or a plate to bolt a spool to the old type are better to wire up an add a trigger switch to run the lure as well as they have a separate starter solenoid

Got 2 mind out u dunt rupture the manifold sprocket

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1 minute ago, Black neck said:

Got 2 mind out u dunt rupture the manifold sprocket

It’ll only happn if your using the left handed screws driver while in the other hand holding a box of bright sparks

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Dont bother with a lure machine!!! Them rc petrol remote control cars are the same I've just discovered on my evening walk. Couple blokes racing them round the moor I didnt see them but the dog did he took right off after it was quite far away aswell i didnt know what the feck was going on at first 😂 soon as the car stopped he wasnt interested but it did get me thinking they can twist and turn and go like the clappers so could be a cheaper solution? Not that I know what price they are 

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3 minutes ago, Saltmoon said:

Dont bother with a lure machine!!! Them rc petrol remote control cars are the same I've just discovered on my evening walk. Couple blokes racing them round the moor I didnt see them but the dog did he took right off after it was quite far away aswell i didnt know what the feck was going on at first 😂 soon as the car stopped he wasnt interested but it did get me thinking they can twist and turn and go like the clappers so could be a cheaper solution? Not that I know what price they are 

Nitro Rc car dearer than a lure machine and temperamental if left to stand unused an expensive when you crash 😂

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1 hour ago, Saltmoon said:

Dont bother with a lure machine!!! Them rc petrol remote control cars are the same I've just discovered on my evening walk. Couple blokes racing them round the moor I didnt see them but the dog did he took right off after it was quite far away aswell i didnt know what the feck was going on at first 😂 soon as the car stopped he wasnt interested but it did get me thinking they can twist and turn and go like the clappers so could be a cheaper solution? Not that I know what price they are 

I thought about doing this last summer. Electric rc  trucks arnt silly money 

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1 hour ago, forest of dean redneck said:

Nitro Rc car dearer than a lure machine and temperamental if left to stand unused an expensive when you crash 😂

I have no idea about these things but I did notice them both looking at it as I was leaving the moor through the gate but i didnt know if the dog had done something or not so got the feck out of dodge sharpish 

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29 minutes ago, Saltmoon said:

I have no idea about these things but I did notice them both looking at it as I was leaving the moor through the gate but i didnt know if the dog had done something or not so got the feck out of dodge sharpish 

Body shells are bit flimsy not canine dog or tooth proof 😉😂

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16 hours ago, forest of dean redneck said:

Body shells are bit flimsy not canine dog or tooth proof 😉😂

There poo poo there polycarbonate👍🏽 it wouldn’t be the shell I was worried about it’d be more the tyres on them nitro rc cars with a engine reving to 20,000rpm a dog hits them it’ll be like the dogs face hitting a angle grinder them nitro cars are dirty combustion engines nitro is poisonous as feck as well not worth the risk 

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