No Weld Go Kart Evolution From Day One

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
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    3 years ago

    I made one of these not long ago but i used a lawnmower engine and convert the axel so that it was horizontle and i could controll the speed very good place to start though

    tjones mcnamara

    6 years ago

    Vids don't work must have pictures step by step and words.


    6 years ago on Introduction

    looks like im a little late to vote... as someone else who cant weld ive been looking for something like this. thanks alot


    8 years ago on Introduction

    wow that is quite the ambitious project!

    i myself might be a little scared to ride that though, i imagine it must have been difficult to build a stable go cart without welding...

    very nice job though!

    3 replies

    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    no its really stable to test out the stability i jumped on it and i put thread locker on all the bolts and they havent even rattled or broken the paint layering from when i painted the only thing im unsure of is the bearing holders


    8 years ago on Introduction

    Now make a step by step tutorial. :)

    Great idea for the steering ... never thought of using swivel casters. I going to have to "steal" that idea for my farm buggy. Very good instructable ...THANKS!!

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    Thanks,I will bolt & weld mine. It's the bearings that I was having trouble finding an inexpensive way to build. I'm going to use a bike motor kit to power it & gear it down so it will be going slow anyway. Cheers!