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Watch how we built this Off Road Wheelchair contraption HERE: Building this Off Road Wheel chair out of two electric bikes was a super fun challenge, and ended up being much easier than I anticipated. With a few minor adjustments to the electric bikes, I was able to mount a seat ‘chariot style’ right between the two e-bike frames.
We need help choosing a name for this electric off road wheelchair! Let me know in the comments.
Ill post all the build details and dimensions in the construction video tomorrow. This off road wheel chair goes 20 miles per hour, and should have a range of 20-30 miles. It cost me about $3,000usd (mostly the price of the bikes). About 50 dollars worth of metal for the seat, and about 3 full days to design and assemble the whole wheelchair.
Splicing two electric bikes together to build a powerful off road wheel chair was super fun, and a sweet surprise for Cambry.
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Green Pry tool:
Metal phone opening tool:
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The camera I used to film this video:
The Lens I used for this video:
Wide angle lens:
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