​​​Edmond Electric Co. LTD

Email at : info@electrictractor.net

Edmond Electric Co Ltd
Ontario, K7N1J4

why we only sell plans instead of kits or tractors 

Good News
Want an Electric Lawn Tractor?

Convert your Gas tractor to Electric!

Plans and instructions are available now 
We received increased interest in conversion kits from gas lawn tractors to electric,  possibly because of the economy situation and the high price tag or non-existence of electric lawn tractors we have decided to make conversion plans and instructions available to convert your gas tractor to electric.

One problem with conversion kits is the high startup costs of stocking, packing and shipping all the parts required to assemble the kits, this would require an extremely large volume of sales to make it cost-effective and to be able to sell to you at a reasonable price.

Present Design

This design was developed and perfected over several years with a huge effort being made to make it as inexpensive to manufacture as possible and yet still be a state of the art design operation and provide efficiency in order to compete in price with the high volume pricing of gas lawn tractors.  Even with this relatively low cost design it would need an investment of millions of dollars  to manufacturer a small run of say 250 tractors, it would only get cheaper when the volumes  increase to the thousands of units per year as with gas tractors, we could find no one willing to invest this kind of money!

Conversion Plans and Instructions

Until we can get some electric tractors out there for people to use and realize just how good they really are, we have decided to develop special plans that the handyman can use to convert a gas tractor to battery power.

The package contains drawings, photos, suppliers and step-by-step instructions for you to convert your gas tractor to the same high quality design as our original prototype tractor developed in 2000, this prototype, pictured at the top of our website, is still in excellent running condition and 
has been used on a daily basis for the last 15 years with only very minor problems, no gas, no oil, no belts, no pollution, and almost no maintenance.

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