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I recommend using an existing base like a toy bulldozer type thing. I used one i bought at Toys R Us on clearance for $10. It was a tethered remote. I just stripped off the wires and put my own "brain" in. But the mechanicals (gear reduction, motor mount, gear meshing) is already done that way. You ...
I'm wondering about bob's note in the rbp.txt of "This tool requires a proper op sys (DOS, Win 3.1)". Does that mean if I run a DOS prompt in Win 98 say that it will not work? Is everyone else using this using an old computer with Win 3.1 or DOS running on it, or what?<p>Thanks, Kerwin