cool. Do they sell "tundra" tires for it? I am still on for ArcticQ 2007.
  
  Either way, it's great that you figured out such a convenient way to  charge 
your scooter. Now if you ran veggie oil or BioD, you could put  one of those 
"powered by Vegetable Oil" stickers on your scooter!
  OR BETTER - get a trunk ornament "DIESEL" and affix it to the back of the 
scooter - THAT would be great!
  
  Chris

wilton strickland <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:  'Toured NC Museum of Art 
yesterday on my mobility scooter with batteries
charged en route in trunk of 87 300D.

Wilton


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Bob wrote:

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Right now I'm fighting the urge to just take this rolling dump to
someone and let them detail it. However, I'm sure I should just do it
myself. So then...what is the best: carpet cleaner upolstery cleaner any
other detailing helps/tricks/stuff."

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I am particularly anal when it comes to keeping my car clean.  I have
tried every carpet cleaning product around.  I would recommend Spot
Shot.  It is amazing. Spray it on the carpet and use a clean terry cloth
towel and the stains will be gone.  I have taken out tar, mud, gum, pen
ink, blood and everything else out with this stuff. It comes in an
orange and blue can and is available at many different places including
Wal Mart, WalGreen's etc.  It is about $4-5 dollars a can and worth
every penny.=20

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Donald H. Snook

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