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    When you get to the other end, where do you park your pallet?

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    Cheap and efficient transportation DOWN HILL that is I guess he has to hitch a ride for the return trip or Indiana Jones it with a whip snagging the back of a tram
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    All he needs to do, now, is add an electric motor and get a fishing pole to power it off the overhead line. He might want to add a bell, too, to warn pedestrians.

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    Quote Originally Posted by schuylergrace View Post
    All he needs to do, now, is add an electric motor and get a fishing pole to power it off the overhead line. He might want to add a bell, too, to warn pedestrians.
    That's called "Build a tram".

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    I don't know which he enjoys more, the fun of the ride or the attention he gets from the pedestrians.
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    I'd like to see some of the obvious collisions with pedestrians walking around staring at their phones. I'm with schuylergrace, It needs lights, brakes and a horn, this is definitely an ankle breaker to anyone stepping out in front of it and it would be entirely his fault.

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