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Old 02-23-2011, 12:44 PM
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Does anyone know off the top of their head the bolt pattern for a Tomberlin Crossfire 150R?
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Old 02-23-2011, 01:03 PM
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Looks like 4x4 based on google pictures. That's not a certain measurement though.
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Are most go kart tires interchangeable or are they specific to brand? I'm looking for a spare set with larger tires.
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Do you have one of these karts in your possession? If so, go measure bolt to bolt on the diagonal. Most quads do no use the 4x4 pattern. This is more common on golf carts, which have LOTS of aftermarket rims and tires available. I believe that 4x4 rims are also known as 4x101.6, which is mm, as most quads' bolt patterns are measured in mm.
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I have the kart in my possession, but I'm at work so I can't measure. Just thought I'd throw out the question in case someone knew.
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I actually looked into one of those a while back. I found one that had been used for parts and needed about $100 of stuff to be "off the line new". I opted to build my own because I needed a metal shop project. They surely look nice, but there aren't many full size production buggies here other than the Honda Odysseys. Sorry I couldn't help.
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It'll be a metric pattern, sorry man. Check with Sam's club, they were the main retailer for this kart.
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Metric may be good as many big name quads use metric patterns.
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