[Kartbuilding] Great Website
sburke at burkesys.com
Tue Jan 2 10:02:05 GMT 2007
Thanks very much for your email. Im glad you found the
www.kartbuilding.net website helpful. I too had to get someone to weld the
frame of my first kart - and it saved a lot of time. The chassis is the
most important part of the kart to get right. Once you have a good chassis
- everything can go onto this easily. All other parts can be easily added,
changed, removed etc. but the chassis remains the same.
As for updating the site - I hope to put in a little more time in the new
year to update and include extra details. I will put putting up plans and
details for a simple wooden kart which can be made with only a drill, saw,
hammer and nails etc.
If you do manage to get the photos of your kart onto the computer, I would
love to see them. I can put them up on the kartbuilding website where
other people might get some inspiration to start building karts
Happy New Year,
On Wed, 27 Dec 2006, Steven D Lane wrote:
> Hi Stephen,
> Thank You for your GREAT web-site! I have used alot of your info, drawings,
> and in-site, to build my grandson a go kart. I got a bit carried away buying
> some racing parts. ( That may be an understatement :))
> I bought some of the parts as kits, off ebay.com. Partly to save time, but
> mostly because I don't have the tools. The main part of the frame is my
> from what I've learned from your site. I had a friend weld it all up for me.
> Maybe not the best job, but it should all work.
> The updates to your site are terrific. More organized, and easy to follow
> along the building process. I'll send pics. if I can figure out this silly
> computer. :)
> Don't want to waste your time, just wanted to say THANK YOU!!! for a great
> Steven L.
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