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I've used 2 methods:i. a simple push operated bar that acts on both rear wheels, a simple pivoted pedal connecting to a bar acting on the front of the rear wheels.ii The second method was bike brakes, a wooden batten fixed in front of the rear wheels cable operated in the same way as on a bike. The brake lever mounted to the cart body. If you use a go cart steering yoke then the lever may fit straight on to the yoke.
it would possible, although I think an electric motor would probably be the best choice.
Sorry this one went to soap box heaven ?
Bow and Arrow
Oh No not another flippin' soapbox
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