|August 2nd, 2012, 10:23 AM||#1|
No more Jeep
SOLD 2 Seater Suspension/Go Kart SOLD
I am throwing this up if it sells it sells if not oh well.
I got this a wile back from the Original owner. It is a Ken Bar Full Suspension Go Kart (they went out of business back on 2010 when the economy). I just put a new Belt on it this week also cleaned up the clutch set up and put a new spring in it as well. I have some spare bearings and a spare drive sprocket for it as well.
I have added two sets of lights to it. One set were old ones went on the top and on set down on the front.
I am Asking $1000 for it or trade for a Quad, Dirt bike, S-10 Roller (in good shape) OR I will take $500 plus trade.
Here is all the Info from the Ken Bars web site.
Age: 12 - 80
Tecumseh power sport 4-Cycle, OHV, air cooled, gas powered engine
Startability easy - pull recoil starter - capacitor discharge Ignition
Displacement 318 cc (10.49 cu in)
Ignition CDI electronic
Governor system quick response mechanical governor
Gas tank no rust poly fuel tank
Exhaust system aluminized large quiet
Two wheel drive. The engine drives two rear wheel so the go-kart will handle tight turns easily
Drive system torque converter
10" dise brake
Dual seats padded for two individual
Distance to peddles 38"
All ball bearing (front & rear) this gives longer life and the hi-speed sealed bearings never need lubrication
Top speed 30 mph (approximate)
Heavy duty & smooth heavy duty # 420 final drive chain ensures smooth power delivery
Front 16-750X8" 2-ply
Rear 18-950X8" 2-ply
All jig welded frames for accuracy
Finish baked - on polyurethane powder coat
Safety video Included with kart
3 point seat belt (adjustable)
Brush bars helps to protect the occupants against tree limbs.
One free helmet Included with kart
Engine stop switch by steering wheel & on side of engine
Side guard side bars help protect the occupants
Width 51 1/2"
Ground clearance 4 1/2"
Distance to pedals 38"
Can easily accommodate a 6' person
One Year Limited Warranty
Shipping weight: 440 lbs
Curb weight: 402 lbs.
Last edited by cannaert; December 23rd, 2012 at 02:38 PM. Reason: Added new trade and price/trade deal
|October 15th, 2012, 09:21 PM||#9|
Join Date: 09-03-07
Location: Harrison/ Mi.
Mentioned: 8 Post(s)
Trade 250 Honda Trail Blazer quad with less than 20 HRS ON IT. FENDER MESSED UP A LITTLE FROM ON TRIP TO BUNDY, FIRST AND LAST TIME IT EVER GOT MUDDY. . OTHER THAN THAT IT HAS ALWAYS BEEN GARAGE KEPT, AND JUST RUN AROUND THE FIELD AT HOME BY THE DAUGHTER,
|October 16th, 2012, 10:28 PM||#10|
No more Jeep
Sent you an email back about this. Do you happen to have pics of it? I am not finding any info online about a Honda Trailblazer but I am find one made Polaris. Just wondering.
|November 24th, 2012, 04:40 PM||#15|
Join Date: 09-15-07
Location: fenton /hartland mi
Mentioned: 85 Post(s)
(mr.green)So you are calling CC a liar?? Not a nice way to treat your bitch.
tube bending and gear installs pm me for info! gears installed for $150 and up per axle.
|November 27th, 2012, 10:09 PM||#16|
No more Jeep
I WILL TRADE FOR SOME TIRES AND CASH
I am in desperate need of some tires and rims for my truck. I need a set of 16s with8 on 6.5 lug pattern and some good tires for Driving in the snow and doing plow work. Need 235/85s, 265/75s 285/70s or what ever else will work out for me. Forgot Need rims that will fit a Ford 60 HUB.
|November 28th, 2012, 06:52 AM||#20|
Join Date: 11-13-07
Location: West Branch, Mi
Mentioned: 0 Post(s)
I've got a set of superduty rims from an '02. With chrome covers (stock). I also have 265's with fair tread that are currently on my yukon. I could mount on the rims for you. What trade value? Let me know. I don't need this but kids would love it for Christmas! Oh, and what part does it need?
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