We Built the Ultimate Go Kart Parts Hauler from an Abandoned Kid’s Wagon! Pt. 1

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We built a go kart trailer! We already built one go kart hauler a few years ago, but it was too big to bring with us to the biggest swap meet in Texas, the Pate Swap Meet. Plus, we wanted a go kart trailer to match our Rat Rod Wagon, our Radio Flyer go kart powered by a Briggs and Stratton 5HP engine. In this episode, we arrive at Go Power Sports, figure out the design, go shopping for parts, build a chassis, and build out the steering. So far, it is turning out awesome!

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