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Old 08-24-2011, 04:52 PM
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Looking to buy a 2 seater off road full suspension go kart/buggy unwelded kit. Looking for everything but the motor. Gave up on building one.
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..... how come you gave up? im jealous of what you have done so far man you did sdome solid work. i dont get it......

but hey our purpose is to back you up and help when we can so uh.. what kinda kit you looking for and how much are you willilg to spend
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Hey, what happened? Why'd you pull the plug?
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I just don't have a lot of time to work on it and got pi$$ed off when an a$$ at work got rid of some of the stuff I welded up. I am not out any money and I can take back all the other stuff I got from PA. I am looking for a kit that I can weld myself a 2 seater, suspension, roll cage and seat belts would be nice to have. I got a good 6.5 hp motor so I don't need a motor. Looking for something like the GrandDaddy Two Seat Go Kart by spidercarts or something like the Black Widow Go Kart by American Sportworks.

If it in a kit where all I have to do is weld everything up then I kinda made it. lol.
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I've never heard of a suspension kart kit. Plans, yes- but not a kit. Good luck. Maybe somebody else has a lead.

EDIT- Come to think of it, maybe these guys have something- http://www.tres-angle.com/Merchant2/...tore_Code=GFOM
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hmmmmmmmm ok thanks
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this one has suspension http://www.tres-angle.com/Merchant2/...gory_Code=ORSS
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yeah but its not a 2 seater and the one from PA is around $1,200 and it turn key and it a two seater.

I might have to wait till the spring and take a drive to Moncton princess auto, when they get there karts in.
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http://www.princessauto.com/all-seas...widow-go-kart#
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looks like a cool looking kart. Itll be cheaper too in the end..... Id say just go for it then. We wont judge you wether your kart is homemade or not. lol
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looks like a cool looking kart. Itll be cheaper too in the end..... Id say just go for it then. We wont judge you wether your kart is homemade or not. lol
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