[Kartbuilding] Go-Kart

Stephen Burke stephen at sburke.eu
Wed Sep 28 20:18:41 IST 2011


An autoshop would have parts for cars which would too big.

A motorcycle shop which services motorcycles and mopeds would have lots of 
parts required for a kart. For example, a brake disc and calliper setup. 
They would have suitable chains and sprockets. They might even be able to 
get a suitable engine for you.

I'm sure if you went to a local autoshop, they'd tell you where the 
nearest motorcycle repair shop is.

Other parts such as bearings, bolts, nuts, washers, wheels etc. will be 
available at your local hardware store.

Best of luck,

On Tue, 27 Sep 2011, cody spitse wrote:

> Hey, im building this same go-kart in my metalshop at school, im not that good with all these instructions and how to
> make the parts, what would the best way be to get these parts at? like at an autoshop somewhere? i have built the frame
> already but need to get the other parts, how would i go about doing that? plz help i would really appreciate it, thank
> you.

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