Kart identification needed.

MICHAEL T

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Here’s a Kart someone is trying to sell me but I need to know the name brand if anybody can help me so I can figure out how much It will cost to redo. I found a picture of one that is finished but the guy has no idea the name brand of it.
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looks to me like a Tyrod IV or sibling.
some cheap chinese fun kart (that isn't necessarily a bad thing)
just don't pay "vintage race kart"-money ;)

the 'original' wheels are almost impossible to find since they were super cheap an unreliable for all I know
(too flimsy to hold for very long)
a set of small (4") Azusa tristars are a much better replacement. (even the nylons!)
IDK some paint an engine, maybe brakes and wheels... 120 - 250 bucks to bring it back to life perhaps?

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looks to me like a Tyrod IV or sibling.

Cool thanks! The front wheels are gone and the kid wanting to sell this put some wheels on it for show and don’t even come close to bolting up. He said $80 and it’s mine. I’m thinking of possibly buying and flipping it. I just don’t want to dump a ton of money into this one.
 
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well I wouldn't pay anything near 80 for that...
maybe a location thing, but that w/o an engine is more like 35-40 in my book

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