In this episode, we finish the rear suspension by adding adjustibility in height and stiffness to the coilovers, and we tear the independent front suspension out from the mini ATV and bolt it onto the chassis of our $50 go kart. Overall, the chassis is lifted almost two feet off the ground, and we have a decent amount of suspension travel!

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41 Responses to “Monster Truck Kart Pt. 3 | Bolt-In Front Suspension”

  1. Matthew Richmond

    For the shocks on the back… you could use a clevis/hitch pin to make changing the suspension easier… and it will hold. they haul trailers… good work by the way!!!

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  2. Mike-2363

    No matter how hard I try to adopt the "It'll be fine" mentality during problems that life throws my way, I just can't…..and I envy Ike for that. The damage from the hurricane doesn't seem to have slowed him down. I can't imagine how that would have affected me!

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  3. Bobodeman

    Who else hates voice overs? I do as it annoys my OCD, i see the mouths moving and words not coming out or different words happening

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  4. WLO

    You guys should cut up a beachcruiser bicycle frame and replicate an early 1900's boardtrack racer. Maybe fit a gokart engine?

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  5. cowgamer 101

    Can I please have a go cart I have always wanted one since a kid and you guys make them all of the time I just don’t have the time nor money to make one.

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  6. Colinator4321

    thats a broken neck waiting to happen, higher ride height means this cart is gonna roll. And the body on it is gonna make it so you cant bail when you need to. Please put some sort of roll bar on it

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  7. Jeff Knebel

    I like you guys' style. Cutting, grinding, and welding within a few feet of fuel cans. I can't say much though, I do the same. Just mind your sparks

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  8. MST3K-ME

    Hey guys, I'm kind of new to your channel. I have a 93 Ct-70 I bought recently, 500mi.!!! And I just bought your entire collection of clothing. Only thing I would suggest you ad is sweatpants with your LOGO running down "BOTH" outer legs. That would be SO AWESOME!!!!!! NOW, could you try putting the FRONT brake lever on the lefthand side because I'm sooo used to using a clutch OR front brake on a bicycle there that it's really messing with my coordination?! It's because the Tranny is an auto, which is good for me for health reasons. It "seems" like an easy job, but I noticed that the stock front lever is for mounting the right mirror?!! And the LEFT is already setup to mount the mirror to the LEFT Handle Grip?!! I'd like to keep both the STOCK mirrors!! It seems like a JOB for YOU GUYS!!!!!!! I'm SURE, "IT'LL BE FINE"!!!!!!!!!!!!

    YOUR NEW BEST FAN,

    Terry Billow,
    Somewhere in So-Cal?

    THANKS, AND KEEP UP THE COOL & FUN WORK!!!!!!

    P.S. I LOVE your yard/test track!!!!

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