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post #16 of 19 Old 02-06-2017, 09:21 PM
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Hows the torque at 100 rpms is a Fallacy statement in the ruse of a question.

How you going to drag a extension cord to get through say Dusy ershiem's 33 miles and the other 66 to get there and back to a e power station? You can't another fallacy of a question.


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post #17 of 19 Old 02-07-2017, 07:22 AM
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Hows the torque at 100 rpms is a Fallacy statement in the ruse of a question.

How you going to drag a extension cord to get through say Dusy ershiem's 33 miles and the other 66 to get there and back to a e power station? You can't another fallacy of a question.


The discussion ends at Fallacy lane.

fallacy: a mistaken belief, especially one based on unsound argument
ruse: an action intended to deceive someone; a trick.

But, it's not a fallacy OR a ruse, because an electric motor will operate with full torque at 100 rpm, and deliver an incredible crawl ratio.

I mentioned that range was an issue in my 2nd post, but the potential of electric for off road is great. Is it there now? No, which is why it isn't. Off roading won't die with the ICE, but my entire point is that rigs have the potential to become much more capable than they ever were. You're arguing that the wright flyer could never haul people across the ocean efficiently, because you can't imagine a 747
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Hows the torque at 100 rpms is a Fallacy statement in the ruse of a question.

How you going to drag a extension cord to get through say Dusy ershiem's 33 miles and the other 66 to get there and back to a e power station? You can't another fallacy of a question.


The discussion ends at Fallacy lane.
Electric drive does not mean battery power ( consider the 1300# Tesla battery).

However electric drive at the wheels, with chemical fuel power will surely be a great combination.

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post #19 of 19 Old 02-15-2017, 11:50 PM
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I don't get it, I've off roaded my old'87 Pontiac Firefly in better stuff then that....
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