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Old 04-04-2011, 02:11 AM
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im josh and im from nsw australia
im making a go kart frame etc in school..... only problem is 1) the teacher doesnt hav experience with them and 2) our workshops r being done up, so we only just got the welder back for this yr......
i have all the wheels and i am figuring out how to mount the pocket rocket wheels onto the back, so far im thinkn about taking off the front forks and the rear and just welding some other pieces on to make them look identical, so that i can have the brakes and sprocket all working fine, without all the hassle
im using inflatable trolley wheels for the front and pocket rocket wheels for the back
the frame i should have done within 2 weeks? then its onto the steering.
i only have on average 2 practical lessons a week which is about 90mins.

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Old 04-04-2011, 02:20 AM
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hey anouther aussie
where are u from
welcome

i recomend u start a build thread so we can see the progres and u can ask questions on the way

what exactly do u need to know
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Old 04-04-2011, 04:56 AM
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once i have the frame done im going to get to work on the steering and then the mounting of the pocket rocket wheels.
i picked up a seat for free and it is perfect, so far ive only spent $30 and thats with the front wheels/axle, brake/throttle cables and some nuts and bolts.

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