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Old 05-15-2012, 09:40 AM
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go to the speed caculator on here that will tell you and the 6in one should fit on it
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I was wondering though. Currently the tires are 4.10/3.50-4. Could I get new wheels and tires that are 6" that have the same 3 bolt pattern to give a little more clearance?
If you measure and post the bolt circle pattern of your rims I'll see if I can help you find some for sale online.

You'll just need to measure from the exact center of 1 bolt hole to the center of another. Post the inch-size and millimeter readings. Also post what size your rims center hole is.

To make sure your new rims fit, I'd suggest you measure everything with a Caliper and be as accurate as possible.

Also post how tall your old tires are when inflated to max-recommended air pressure.
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Trip to the go kart shop tomorrow to pick up a new chain and two inner tubes and I should he riding it tomorrow!
If your shopping at Dave's karts and cycles in Phoenix, be prepared to get way-overcharged for the lowest quality parts available, plus treated rudely to boot.

This kart shop is a much better source for funkart parts in the valley: http://www.roysgo-karts.com/
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Roy's is where I go lol. It's closer and they are just awesome people!
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If you measure and post the bolt circle pattern of your rims I'll see if I can help you find some for sale online.

You'll just need to measure from the exact center of 1 bolt hole to the center of another. Post the inch-size and millimeter readings. Also post what size your rims center hole is.

To make sure your new rims fit, I'd suggest you measure everything with a Caliper and be as accurate as possible.

Also post how tall your old tires are when inflated to max-recommended air pressure.
I'll have to go to Harbor Freight because I do not have a caliper. Once I get the info you requested I will post it. Thank you for the help!
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I am new to message boards and go carts. I bought the 6.5 Dune go cart on craigslist last week and the rear left wheel rim shattered. From the looks of it, it had been repaired several times with some epoxy. I have been searching the internet all weekend searching for a replacement and have come up with nothing. Does anyone know where I can buy a new Rear Left wheel rim? It's a 2 piece rim. Any help would be great, this cart is fun as hek and fast too.
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I am new to message boards and go carts. I bought the 6.5 Dune go cart on craigslist last week and the rear left wheel rim shattered. From the looks of it, it had been repaired several times with some epoxy. I have been searching the internet all weekend searching for a replacement and have come up with nothing. Does anyone know where I can buy a new Rear Left wheel rim? It's a 2 piece rim. Any help would be great, this cart is fun as hek and fast too.
Start a new thread and post some pics of your kart. We will be able to help you from there.

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