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- How to build a Homemade 79CC Motorized Bug Out Vehicle from start to finish ……Step by step Video Instructions[the_ad id="6432"] This Seven Part Video series step by step shows the build of a Homemade Gas Powered 79CC 3 Gear Motorized Bike using a roadmaster bicycle.The engine used here is 79CC harbor Frieght 4 Stroke Engine.The first part shows the components needed for the entire build.The second Video shows how I finish the jack shaft going to the rear wheel on my bike.The third Video shows a small test ride with the bike and also shows how to set up 2nd and 3rd gear as well as throttle and some other things.The 4th vid shows how i put the gas tank on the motorized bike.The rest of the videos shows the miscellaneous changes made to the rough build ,doing some little things here and there.The last Video shows a sample test ride
- How to build an Emergency Deep Well Water Pump from scratch.Step by step build InstructionsConsidering that most disasters can cause serious disruptions in the water supply and the importance of water for survival, putting in a well is a great idea. Of all the possible sources for water, having a well on your own property is the most secure source you can have.This video series shows step by step the build of a Homemade Deep Well Water Pump.Even so, if the grid goes down, that water could be out of your reach, if you don’t take the right precautions.
- DIY Video : How to build a Thermal Vacuum Water Pump that needs no electricity and has no moving parts!This Video shows the build of a Solar Evacuated Thermal Vacuum Water Pump works by harnessing the energy of the sun in the day time and then uses the cold of night to create a vacuum in the system that is used to pump water. This is a working prototype of an idea on how to pump water from stagnant water sources cheaply using no moving part.By using the sun's energy to generate both a pressure and a vacuum cycle we create a very efficient water pump, that has only two simple moving parts. This pump was able to move one gallon every cycle to 8 feet high, by creating artificial day/night cycles the pump could move about 1 gallon every 30 minutes of sunlight, or about 12 to 20 gallons a day.