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Need to Find 2:1 Ratio Internal Gears

In our progress to start producing these magnetic perpetual motion energy generators, so you can produce your own electricity, we have run into a snag – Harvey cannot find the correct gearing to complete the prototype. It’s been about three weeks now, and he still can’t find it. What we need is 2:1 ratio internal gears: an outer gear, an inner gear, and a stationary planetary gear.

He currently has a 3/4 drive rod, which will convert to double the speed on a 2″ tube which will feed the load. I’m including a picture of this need gearing below.

So if you know anyone who can help us find this two to one gear ratio, please contact one of us.

Gears needed: 2:1 ratio inner gears with planetary

Another drawing, showing fasteners (click for full size)

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My Car Museum

Today I took a break and decided to collect pictures of all the cars I want to buy once this magnetic perpetual motion energy generator takes off.

My daily driver will be a 1962 Chevy Corvette – influenced as one of my high school buddies had one, and we went cruising with it. Among the cars will be also a 1954 Chevy Corvette. Other favorites include a 57 Ford Fairlane with a retractable hardtop, a 57 Thunderbird, a 1951 Ford F100 pickup, a 30’s Woody, a 56 Chevy Cameo pickup, and 1969 Dodge Super Bee. There’s a total of 64 vehicles.

Some of these I have owned: the 1951 Ford F100, a 56 Chevy Nomad, a Camero, a 1952 Chevy, and the 69 Dodge Super Bee.

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You can see the rest of them at our Facebook fan page.

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