[Kartbuilding] parts for karts

Stephen Burke sburke at burkesys.com
Mon Feb 9 22:39:38 GMT 2009


Good question about been compatible with other body kits.
The plans on www.kartbuilding.net have not been designed to suit any body 
kit. As a result you will need to get measurements from whatever body kit 
you choose and make sure they will fit the chassis.

I imagine that some adjustments would need to be made to the racing kart 
plans at http://www.kartbuilding.net/racingkart/index.html to suit a body 

Best of luck,

On Mon, 9 Feb 2009, jwingman10 wrote:

> thanks i have one more question, could this be compatable with other body kits
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Stephen Burke
> To: jwingman10
> Sent: Sat, 7 Feb 2009 10:37 am
> Subject: Re: parts for karts
> Hi,
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> If you have some money you can buy the materials/metal in a DIY/Hardware store. Otherwise, your best bet would be to go to a scrapyard. If you knew a motorbike repair shop, they would have lots of useful parts for a kart, such as chains and sprockets, brake discs, gas pedal cables etc.?
> ?
> Also as your neighbours if they have any pieces of plywood or steel that you could use.?
> You could also look to getting an old trolley (hand trolley etc.) and use some parts off that.?
> ?
> Best of Luck,?
> -steve?
> ?
> On Thu, 5 Feb 2009, jwingman10 wrote:?
> ?
>> where could i find parts and metal for the on-road go kart plan?

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