stephen at sburke.eu
Wed Jul 24 00:08:45 IST 2013
If you want to know approximate costs for the essential parts would be,
then it does vary a lot. I got most of the items second-hand off old
lawnmowers and mopeds.
There are motorbike repair shops who could price up the parts (bearings/
bushings and wheels) for you.
You could also go to http://www.northerntool.com/ or www.ebay.com and
price up the components there (albeit, more expensive).
2 Pillar Bearings (for the Rear Axle)
Ideally you need 2 wheels with bearings in them for the front wheels.
For the rear wheels you need a metal hub that you could weld or bolt to
a rear axle.
If you have any specific questions, just let us know.
Best of luck,
On 11/06/2013 02:05, Hudson Brown wrote:
> I've reviewed your website, and read the various plans of construction
> for the *racing kart*. You've mentioned that the instructions assume
> the parts purchased and used are from local suppliers. My question is
> approximately how much would essential parts be (bearings, bushings,
> wheels, hubs, welding)? I know this is a bit like asking 'how long a
> string is', but I'm just getting a feel for how projects like these go.
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