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It's a bike, a motor kit and a gear change kit. Don't ask me for details - I'm just repeating what i heard. He had to attach the motor to the gear changer thing, then remove the existing gears from the bike and put the new assembly on. Then he ran the throttle thingie up and through the handle bars. The gas tank was attached to the cross bar just in front of the seat (gravity feed) and the muffler went on the left side pointing down.
These guys were destined for the table from the start. They're bred to grow to (beyond) full size in three months and they aren't really healthy. The hen's liver was already in poor shape and the boys had these weird, long hearts. Their joints just can't handle the weight of the birds and they would waddle a few steps then sit down. Well, plump down. It was kind of a controlled fall.
I decided that my options were to either give up meat entirely or participate in the process that brings it to my table. Harsh, and I don't like it, but I'm not yet willing to become a vegetarian.