sburke at burkesys.com
Thu May 10 10:03:07 IST 2007
I would recommend you build the wooden kart firstly, before attempting to
make the more difficult racing kart. The plans for the wooden kart can be
found at: http://www.kartbuilding.net/Wooden_Go-Kart_Plans/index.html
The wooden kart can be made very cheaply and can be made from various
pieces of timber you may have around your house etc.
As for repairing a cheap used racing kart - that would be a good idea. The
only problem is that they are very rare indeed, and I dont know of any. I
suggest you look on eBay for a cheap second-hand racing kart in need of
But I advise you start out with the wooden kart and work up from there.
Thats where I started.
Best of Luck,
On Wed, 9 May 2007, John Etienne wrote:
> Hey, I have never built a kart before. I just got the idea one day
> that I wanted to. So I know nothing at all about where to start, or
> what kind of fundings I'm going to need to build one. I have already been
> over your plans for the racing cart, but it all just looks confusing to
> me. So I don't really understand how to do it as far as the actual
> angles and measurements are concerned. If it isn't too much to ask,
> than could you give me any help that you can, because I'm on a tight
> budget and all of this looks pretty expensive, so I wanted to know if you
> had any referalls to websites that could help me with my budget
> problem, or even if you know of a cheap used racing cart that I would just
> have to repair.
> Anything helps.
> John Etienne
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