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Old 12-08-2008, 09:38 AM
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Default Re: ski steering

that would be the rush part . Probably have to take it easy and kill the motor to slow down . May have to wear some cramp-ons and drop your feet . Didn't plan on going flat out on a small pond , just move around calmly on a oval track . When I was a teen my brother and I put a Briggs & Stratton on a Simplex frame direct drive ,no brakes and had a blast. It would work up to about 30mph . We did heal faster 40 years ago I will admit .
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