How to build a Homemade Large Water Wheel Electricity Generator from Sap Buckets,Old Bicycle Parts,Treadmill motor that can charge Batteries,Run Lights



This Video series shows the build of a Large Homemade Water Wheel Electricity Generation System using few Maple Sap buckets,Old Bicycle Parts,thread mill motor and other easily available materials.Made of All leftover scrap metal parts and some sealed bearings from 2 old motors, also pipes, bed frames and a 2 foot section of water well pipe suspended on said roller bearings..Part 2 of the series explains the the sleuce trough suspension and connecting the alternator and the last part shows how all the parts are connected and then charges a car battery very well.

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