Cyclekart rolling chassis

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    • vanessa villanueva
      vanessa villanueva

      Donde

      about 7 months ago
    • Old Dog
      Old Dog

      I know it's been quite some time since you poster this vid. You mentioned stainless steel being to hard to form wheel bearing shims from, well if your still around or for anyone else, Heat SS to bright red and drop in cool water, it'll go dead soft and you can form away, brass as well....Tom

      about 3 years ago
    • juan stefani
      juan stefani

      Thanks Steve for your e-mail and you information, very helpfull!!!!!!

      about 7 years ago
    • Stephen Cameron
      Stephen Cameron

      @MrUzzipipo Hi! No, there aren't any plans really. There are quite a few people building these cyclekarts sprinkled around the world. Type "cyclekart" into google. I'll send you some links as well.

      -- steve

      about 7 years ago
    • juan stefani
      juan stefani

      Hello I am in love with your creation, I have a solar company in Colombia and I would like to try to make the same thing but with an electric motor. Do you have plans of the cyclekart? I would reallu appreciate if you could send them to me.

      Best regards
      Juanvla@hotmail.com

      about 7 years ago
    • Stephen Cameron
      Stephen Cameron

      @paulwelkins The wheels are from a Honda CT-90 or Honda Trail 90. Bearings are "Dayton 6904zz" from vxb.com.

      about 7 years ago
    • Paul Elkins
      Paul Elkins

      Thank you for showing how you changed out the front bearings to fit a 3/4" axle. I'm in the planning stages of making a light weight reverse trike. (2 wheels in front) Finding a way to enlarge the small standard axle has been a thorn in my butt till seeing this video. Can I ask what wheel you used? I have an 82 Yamaha 185 with a 17" x 2.5" front wheel I'm hoping to use, and I'm hoping to use the drum brake.

      about 7 years ago