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Posted 2/19/2009 12:12:54 AM


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well last weekend I went out and did this

and so the total amount that I have done now is this .....

YET...I have no idea on how I can incorporate a batpod in to this ...Damn, I'll have to go without...ha

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Posted 2/19/2009 12:33:04 AM


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Hay... how come no one posts anything on my build...is any one interested? I dont get any heads up or "?".

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Posted 2/19/2009 8:00:41 AM


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Dude, trust me, im interested!   I come here evertime there is a new update immediately.   I just stay quiet and listen because this is fabrication/welding.  And thats not my strong point.   So i cant really give two cents of an opinion when i'm not great at it myself.

BUT on a positive note, your T-kart is coming along PERFECTLY.  It looks like the 3d model, only cooler!   You should paint it yellow jk

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Posted 2/19/2009 8:41:39 AM


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I think low replies means your doing things right What are the dimensions of you cart going to be? And it's good to see you know beer is an essential build tool

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Posted 2/19/2009 1:29:37 PM


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Don't worry; we're all watching! We just go through cycles on these forums, where we post a lot, then relax. Post a lot, then relax. You'll see more comments, and engage in plenty of great conversations; just keep the info coming!

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Posted 2/19/2009 11:59:21 PM


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oh, ok well I was just woundering, because I've gone around and looked at alot of builds and there's alot of people that leave posts on other...Oh! that reminds me of one that I was reading where Justin was totaly ripping into ...batgod I think...no...ah I can't remember but man it was cool.

chilebean: the dementions according to the plans are 55" at the rear out/out and I think 112" long....now I think its going to change (in the rear) because I didnt have the wheels to base my plans off of so I'll have to call it when they get hear (the 24th). The over all length is 112" from what I remember BUT  I have changed a few things primaraly the way the rear conects to the mid frame and Im still not entirely happy with that.

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Posted 2/20/2009 1:06:20 AM


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Hey T-man, that looks like an interesting build.  How are you going to hinge the rear end to the main chassis? I like heim joints cause they let the rear axle move independent of each other. Please give us a few details about the powerplant, drivetrain and steering.  We will make suggestions if you are open to it......Looking great.....BWD
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Posted 2/20/2009 9:17:22 PM


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Well I just got the wheel hubs for the rear today

might be able to see this better

I went out and put them on the axle, this next picture is a little chaotic, the axle is on a coat rack that I use to prop up steel to be cut on my chop saw.

and ,for now this is going to be the moter, its coming off of my other go kart ...6.5 hp with a comet 30 series.



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Posted 2/20/2009 10:21:58 PM


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BWD...I think that heim joints would be the way to go also, but I'm not shure at how to go about doing it do you have any tips or pictures..I was trying to connect the two the same way those  Honda Mules are, but I couldent find any pictures on its assemble. so I was going to go with the norm..

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Posted 2/21/2009 4:39:01 PM


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Awesome T-Man! I love the way the rear framing looks! Nice rear Axle! What's it off of?


...does it come in black?

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