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Balancing allis

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goatfarmer

It's based on the rotational speed of the earth, at the equator,times the relative humidity of Tempe AZ, at noon July 12. Factoring in the wind velocity, at the time, plus any known obstacles, equals a counter balance of .88567, which basically works out to how it's done.

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quote:It's based on the rotational speed of the earth, at the equator,times the relative humidity of Tempe AZ, at noon July 12. Factoring in the wind velocity, at the time, plus any known obstacles, equals a counter balance of .88567, which basically works out to how it's done.id="quote">
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Ken, Ya really think we're all gonna fall for some easy explanation?

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quote:Originally posted by split51

I think it is built like the original FOO MOBILE built in the 60s posted in the link below. The design is actually 2 small tires inside the tire (notice how the tire on the allis is running low). http://www.vintageprojects.com/forum/5/smokey-stover-foo-mobile-fire-fighter-car


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id="quote">Ding, Ding. We have a winner.

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MrSteele

IS it two tires, or is the machine simply a tractor to pull an implement, and the operator has just played with it long enough to know how to use his weight to balance?

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