Convert your lawn tractor to clean quiet electric with Edmond's conversion kit clean battery power

D.I.Y. Convert your lawn tractor to Clean, Quiet, Battery Power

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The manual contains over 70 numbered pictures, instruction manual, electrical and mechanical drawings to convert your gas lawn tractor to electric battery power, comes with 2 year free email support, for information click Details

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DIY electric riding mower gas to electric conversion kit

DIY 24 volt gas to battery power basic conversion kit, for info click Details. 

Notice:-  Due to a death in the family we are suspending shipping of the kits until April 2022 sorry for the inconvenience, Brian Edmond

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ZERO POLLUTION

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) calculates that a single gas lawn mower emits the same amount of volatile organic compounds in an hour as a car driven 350 miles. Multiply that times 54 million—the estimated number of Americans who mow their lawns every weekend—and it’s a staggering amount of toxic particles entering the atmosphere—some five percent of the nation’s total air pollutants. And because lawn mowers are used predominantly in hot months when ground-level ozone is the highest, they bring added misery to asthma sufferers.

NO GAS OR OIL

 The EPA says that homeowners spill 17 million gallons of gasoline when refilling their lawn products, six million more gallons than the Exxon Valdez spilled into Prince William Sound in 1989.

FULLY ELECTRIC

Safe and clean can even be recharged by solar panels

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Testimonials

Your manual is very well done and will be extremely helpful in my building of the tractors. A small one for my wife to use in the gardens and a larger one for myself for yard work and snow removal. Again thank you.

 

We used our 'new' tractor a bunch today and it worked great. We're getting a much better looking cut than our other mower. It seems that the problem I was having was just not being used to where the neutral spot on the speed pot was. We didn't seem to have a problem today.