Technical Wanted - 7Kart Mark 2 Wheels

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I'm after a set of wheels for Wets for my 7Kart Mk2, fronts have a single 17mm axle. Anyone point me in the right direction ?
 
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Welcome to the forum!

I assume it has 17mm stub axles with 3 stud hubs and spacers? If so check these


Usually people will run 120 front and 180 in the rear. And being ally they are great for getting heat into a wet tyre, rather than mags wheels. Also slightly smaller than the standard 130/210 dry setup rims.
 
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Fronts have a single 17mm axle and rears are 3 stud. See pics.

Its the fronts which are driving me around the bend !
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120/180 sounds ideal for Wets with B'Stone YDK

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You can get central bearing jet wheels, but they don't seem to list what offset or bearing shaft size they are. Not to mention what size tyre.


Something you'd usually find on a smaller Cadet kart.

You do also have the options to put a 17mm hub on your stub axle and convert it to a 3 stud. Which will give you much more modern wheel choice!


Not being clued up on your current chassis I'm a bit in the dark as to what 'should' be on it tbh.
 

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