[Kartbuilding] Want some pictures? (fwd)

Stephen Burke sburke at burkesys.com
Tue Aug 26 22:47:50 IST 2008

Hi Joel,

Thanks for your email and photos. The wooden gokart looks very well! Its a 
great idea having the standing position at the back for the pusher.
The "no welding" required concept is good as a lot of people who get in 
touch with myself don't know anyone who can weld for them.

The website www.plywoodfun.com shows a good overview of the gokart. There 
is plenty of potential for other projects too!

I hope to revamp the kartbuilding website in the coming months, and I'll 
be sure to put a link and some photos up.

Thanks again.

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Date: Tue, 12 Aug 2008 18:04:13 -0400
From: Joel Nickerson 
To: kartbuilding
Subject: Want some pictures?


I stumbled on the site some time ago and thought it was neat to see all of
the projects.  I have been working on a plywood kart design (at
plywoodfun.com) and would love it if you could put it on your site too.

It's motor-less outside of being powered by gravity and "dad", but light and
easy to pick-up and transport.  The coolest function is that the pusher also
can ride, like a dog sled, if you will!  So it's not all fun JUST for the


Joel Nickerson  Market My Auto
Grand Rapids, MI 49506
p: 877.644.5478  f: 866.399.9631


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