stephen at sburke.eu
Wed Jul 27 21:51:59 IST 2011
Thanks for the photos of the go-kart. The blocks on the front steering
makes things a little safer in not being able to oversteer and catch the
The wheels, are actually proper old spoked "pram wheels". They look to be
solid however, so it might make for a bumpy ride. I used similar solid
wheels on my first wooden go-kart, however that was just for the push
go-kart. For the engine powered wooden go-kart I had spoked wheels with
The seat should work good. It might be a good idea to put sides on the
chair and use foam covering, so the driver doesn't come off to one side.
Let us know how it goes and if you take some more photos I'll put them all
up on the kartbuilding gallery together.
Best of luck,
On Wed, 27 Jul 2011, Jonathan Stewart wrote:
> Please find attached a couple of photos of our go-kart so far. One of the
> youth is getting an old school chair and we are going to take the legs off it
> and use that for the driver.
> From: "Stephen Burke"
> Sent: Sunday, July 24, 2011 11:50 PM
> To: "Jonathan Stewart"
> Cc: <kartbuilding
> Subject: Re: Thanks
>> Hi Jonthan,
>> Thanks for your email. I'm glad you're finding the kart plans useful. Let
>> us know if you have any questions. If you take any photos of the build, it
>> would be great if you could email any of them on.
>> Best of luck,
>> On Wed, 20 Jul 2011, Jonathan Stewart wrote:
>>> Thanks for the plans on your website. I'm the leader of a Church Youth
>>> group ages 12-18 and we're going to be making one and
>>> racing it (on a gentle slope) against another Church Youth group.
>>> All the best,
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