Hi all from Michigan

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Started rebuilding karts for a winter hobby. Have 9 now.

Having a blast.

Here's my current collection.

Need help I'd the last one multi colored one.

Thanks


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Hellion

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:welcome2::welcome2::welcome2:

You've got the sickness bad. Are the shiny ones ones that you fixed up?
Can't say for sure on the ID {I'd} of the multicolored kart but it looks like a Murray.
I see the green Manco has the "suicide wheels"; you're either very brave or very...foolish :roflol:

Best to ask your questions in the main forum, this one is just for a short intro and saying hello.
I'd repost this in Go Kart Discussion.
 

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Yea, we all need help here! But all’s we get is encouragement to buy or do more! Welcome to the nut house! The nurse will be by with your meds and a crayon later to tuck you in!
 

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HAY THAT ORANGE KART, my dad made those at his work, they are called klipper karts, the company changed names and is now promo karts, they had T&D metals build them for them, my dad worked there, I love mine, it looks like it has the stock engine, its a possibility you have the cricket kart model.
 

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HAY THAT ORANGE KART, my dad made those at his work, they are called klipper karts, the company changed names and is now promo karts, they had T&D metals build them for them, my dad worked there, I love mine, it looks like it has the stock engine, its a possibility you have the cricket kart model.
Cool thanks for the info.
 

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:welcome2::welcome2::welcome2:

You've got the sickness bad. Are the shiny ones ones that you fixed up?
Can't say for sure on the ID {I'd} of the multicolored kart but it looks like a Murray.
I see the green Manco has the "suicide wheels"; you're either very brave or very...foolish :roflol:

Best to ask your questions in the main forum, this one is just for a short intro and saying hello.
I'd repost this in Go Kart Discussion.


Suicide wheels? Probably more foolish than brave LOL. Please explain
 

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He is talking about the Harbor Freight front tires on the kart. The tires shread quickly on pavement if you are lucky. Or the center of the rim and hub fracture and separate.
 

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He is talking about the Harbor Freight front tires on the kart. The tires shread quickly on pavement if you are lucky. Or the center of the rim and hub fracture and separate.
Ok thanks. Only got these and replaced the bearings imediatly.

No more!
 

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Cool. Never saw a set stay together long enough to wear out a set of stock bearings. I have no idea if they would last any time or not.
 
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