No Weld Go Kart Part 1

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Introduction: No Weld Go Kart Part 1

About: i am in school and i like to build things i prefer everything that has two wheels and most of my projects require the use of not many tools as i dont have a torch or a welder or a pipe bender

no weld go kart build
part one video link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qy8bPTasme8
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art two video link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VJaDg45xNWo

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    Why the no welds? and what kind of metal did you make the frame out of?

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    the frame is all steel and i dont have a welder and didn't feel like paying someone to do it

    cool i wish i had the money to build a go kart my motor bike only lasted 6 months till the vibrations cracked the motor mounts same thing that happened with my first build i only built two with chainsaw motors and both were ok now im grtting a 80 cc bike engine kit and hopefully in the summer break ill make some money and build a go kart you have a very good frame for not welding why dont you build yourself a microwave transformer welder my cousin has made one and it is good :P

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    thats what im thinking could you link me to a good instructable on one?

    https://www.instructables.com/id/Build-a-Microwave-Transformer-Homemade-Welder/

    i started to do an instructable then i forgot to update it for a while and went too far along with the go kart itself to do the instructable but when i am finished the final video will have a very in depth description on how it was built

    yeah if anyone here knows how to mount a tire onto an 5/8" axle that would be helpful

    I am anxious to see the next installments of this project. It looks very interesting. I would ask that your next photographs be taken outside during daylight hours on the shadow side of a building for nice even light.

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    nice idea on the photography i will keep it in mind thanks