How do I identify a go-kart frame?
The most obvious way to find your go kart model is to look on either side of the main frame or near the front of the body.
How long should a go-kart frame be?
Although go-karts come in all shapes and sizes, the racing variety are largely the same. Sprint and oval kart chassis will typically meet the standard measurements of 78” long, 25” tall and 52” wide.
Do go-karts have serial numbers?
All the go-karts have a black serial number on a silver label located on the floor pan immediately in front of the driver’s seat.
What does Otk mean in karting?
OTK as abbreviation means “Original Tony Kart”
What is the weight limit for go-karts?
A maximum weight of 450 lbs. to race on adult track. A maximum height of 7 feet to race on adult track. When in the pit area, participants must comply with all safety briefing instructions and obey all verbal and signaled commands.
Can you build a go-kart without welding?
Building a go-kart is not the most challenging motorized vehicle to make, but it does become a lot more challenging when you aren’t using a welder. However, it can be done without a welder, and you will work with basic tools that you may already have in your workshop.