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    Erik gust

    I just bought a new go kart frame but it didn’t come with any wheels so I am trying to pick some out, I found some that I think fit together but in not sure does anybody know?

    10×4-6 (rim)

    13×4-6 (tire)


    Eric Stevens

    Typical full size kart will use 10 x 4.5 x 5 tires in the front and 11 x 7,1 x 5 in the rear on 130mm wide front wheels, and 210 mm rear wheels.


    Walt Gifford

    What kind of frame and engine and where are you gonna run it?


    FAA certified jet engine and aircraft technician,
    Nicholson Speedway class champion 2001,
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    41 years karting experience


    Mike Clark

    Check the rule book for the class and tracks you intend to race on.


    Jim Derrig

    You need to provide way more information; so far you’ve only told us it is a “go kart,” which is sort of like saying you have a “car” and want us to tell you, based solely on that word, what the tire size should be.  This forum is mainly used by people who run modern European-spec competition road racing karts.  If you have a US spec oval kart or an off-road kart, the answer will be different.

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