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Old 04-01-2019, 06:57 AM
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any idea on what parts are needed for this cart? told it was a kenbar streaker model and are they still available for order
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Old 04-01-2019, 07:06 AM
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Most of that looks like standard kart parts... pretty much any karting retailer (GoPower, OMB etc) should have what you need. Anything specific you are looking for?

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I think some wheels, an engine, a drive sprocket, and a clutch and chain is a good place to start.
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I have the wheels and tires, ive never dealt with one like this with a differential type set up so didnt really know what all was missing, I have a new in box predator to put on it just didnt know if someone may have what it should look like complete so id know what exactly to order
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Looks like your missing most of your differential. i personally would replace it with a solid axle. Im not sure if you can buy those diff parts individually, so it would likely be a whole new differential if you wanted to keep it.
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Looks like your missing most of your differential. i personally would replace it with a solid axle. Im not sure if you can buy those diff parts individually, so it would likely be a whole new differential if you wanted to keep it.
It's an SCD1, and the only real option for differentials is to replace with a Peerless 100.
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https://www.staton-inc.com/store/ind...product&id=179
~$170
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Thanks guys looks like im gonna ditch the differential and just go with a solid axle and use a torque converter and sprocket, I figured that differential was long gone unless I found someone that had parts laying around
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Yeeah, for $170, you can get a much better live axle.
Diffs are entirely on road only.
Live axle is much better all around.
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