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    Override the governor on your Club Car public course golf cart
    Posted by BB on Monday, March 05, 2007 @ 09:06:29 UTC (46124 reads)
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    Transportation: Things that goAt a tournament the other day, a mechanically minded friend showed me a trick he used to make his public course golf cart go faster. It worked well because he was going twice as fast as everyone else was.

    Disclaimer: This is at your own risk. Group29.com, Group29 productions and the editors are not liable for golf cart accidents or damage. You are personally responsible if you are reading this far. Modifying you cart will probably get you removed from the course if you are caught. Be discreet. If you start to have problems, undo the change before you get back to the clubhouse.



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    The Los Angeles Commute
    Posted by BB on Monday, January 15, 2007 @ 14:57:06 UTC (1739 reads)
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    Transportation: Things that goDriving in Los Angeles has been a struggle since the 1970s and the boom of the outlying suburbs.

    During the 1984 Olympics, people made a point of being away from the venues unless they absolutely had to do business. Also, the primary venues were around UCLA and USC, which were closed for the summer.


    Interstate Highway system 50th birthday!
    Posted by BB on Friday, June 30, 2006 @ 10:25:57 UTC (1873 reads)
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    Transportation: Things that goOn June29th, the United States Interstate Highway System reached a major milestone, Its 50th birthday! The Federal Aid Highway act was signed by President Eisenhower on June 29th, 1956.

    The Dwight D. Eisenhower National System of Interstate and Defense Highways, commonly called the Interstate Highway System, is a network of freeways in the United States.



    Four-Wheel Drive Fascination
    Posted by BB on Friday, April 28, 2006 @ 10:37:26 UTC (10305 reads)
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    I have a fascination with four-wheel drive vehicles since early childhood. The freedom to drive where there are no roads is appealing. From a very early age, I have been aware of the advantages of owning a 4 wheel X 4 powered truck. You can get out of snow and icy spots during the winter. Two wheel drive pickup trucks are notoriously light in the rear end and spin even on dry pavement. There is a backlash now with gas prices being high. Sport Utility vehicles seem to be a status symbol of the upper middle class and conspicuous consumption.

    Wasp class amphibious assault ship Bonhomme Richard
    Posted by BB on Friday, January 27, 2006 @ 07:58:37 UTC (2431 reads)
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    Transportation: Things that goI was recently in San Diego on Coranado Island. I happened to look across the bay to the 32nd street wharf and saw the U.S.S. Bonhomme Richard (LHD-6) a Wasp class light carrier/Amphibious assault ship in port. It was berthed next to a similar Amphibious assualt carrier, which I assumed to be the U.S.S. Boxer (LHD-4) but could also have been the Tarawa, Bellaeu Wood, or Peleliu, which are Tarawa class Amphibious assault ships that have San Diego as their home port.
    Fun: City Of Moorhead, MN to Auction Matchbox modeled DARE Corvette
    Posted by BB on Friday, April 22, 2005 @ 18:05:54 UTC (5885 reads)
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    Transportation: Things that goApr 21, 2005 6:29 am US/Central Moorhead, Minn. (AP) The Moorhead, Minn. Police Department's most recognized squad car goes on the auction block Saturday.

    The 1984 blue and white Corvette has been used to promote the "DARE" program, which promotes a drug-free lifestyle for teenagers.

    The sheriff says the car being auctioned off might be considered a collectors item because a toy replica was manufactured by Matchbox.
    Minnesota Crazy Driving Behavior
    Posted by BB on Wednesday, April 20, 2005 @ 02:16:05 UTC (3438 reads)
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    Transportation: Things that goI grew up and learned to drive in Southern California. There you could be shot for ticking off someone sharing the road with you. In my opinion, despite the traffic, Southern Californians have Minnesotans beat for percentage of good drivers. It may be an 80-20 rule everywhere, or perhaps a situation with a few bad apples spoiling it for the rest of us.

    During rush hour before and after work, most traffic flows smoothly. I believ that it is because you have experienced drivers on their regular routes. They understand the typical flow of traffic. But outside these hours, very strange things happen in Minnesota. In this article are some things I have observed.
    Testing out the John Deere 4410 compact Tractor
    Posted by BB on Tuesday, September 07, 2004 @ 09:54:19 UTC (4431 reads)
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    Transportation: Things that goI recently had the chance to operate one of the new John Deere compact tractors in the field. The compact under 40 horsepwer utility tractors are increasing in popularity and experienced a 28% growth in sales in 2003.

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    Celebrities all want a piece of the action, as the John Deere tractors and lawnmowers are appearing at the top of the beautiful people's wish lists. The John Deere utility tractor has replaced the Mercedes as the professional sports player retirement gift of choice.
    Ford 427 Concept Car - Big and Bad 7 liter V-10
    Posted by BB on Friday, July 23, 2004 @ 05:50:41 UTC (3464 reads)
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    Transportation: Things that goThe Ford muscle cars from the 1960s are fascinating. Big powerful race car engines were dropped into the family sedans and coupes to make stealth drag racers that prowled the parking lots and freeways. Ford is attempting to recapture the interest in those cars with introducing the 427 Concept Car

    Another article from Ford media talks about the Shelby Cobra concept car. Bill Cosby did a comedy routine about the special Shelby Cobra built for him, appropriately titled "200 M.P.H."
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