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  • #36698

    Christopher Ragan
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    Who is building, selling, installing ???

  • #36712

    Christopher Ragan
    Participant

    Nobody?

  • #36734

    Bruce Peck
    Participant

    Well, if you haven’t seen it, here is one of the primary makers that is leaving the sport.  Not a good sign . . .

    http://karting.4cycle.com/showthread.php?37189-New-Concept-Design-Closing

     

  • #36743

    Kerry Yunck
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    I understand CKI in NC might buy molds .

  • #36879

    Mark Kassler
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    Chris,

    Call or email Ed Shampine 315-699-5565 ecs6674@gmail.com .
    He is clearing out the New Concept Design inventory. I bought an Enduro Seat from him yesterday. He may have some stuff left depending on what you need.

  • #36899

    Bruce Peck
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    Buddy of mine just ordered a sprint-enduro seat from him Monday I think.  So yeah, he still has some inventory.

    • #37260

      Kelly Read
      Participant

      I might have some good news for us all!!!

      I have spoken with both Ed Shampine and Mark Henry this past weekend about enduro bodywork. If things work out and we will know shortly, there will be body work available. More details to come once things get worked out.

      THE MAN is back at getting something done for the GOOD OF KARTING!!!

  • #37374

    Christopher Ragan
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    You are THE man!

    • #40100

      Kelly Read
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      OK RACERS here is what I have confirmed:

      STALLION body work: Mark McNaught out of Wichita Ks has purchased those molds. You can contact Mark at: 316-990-5322 or mczero3594@gmail.com

      NEW CONCEPT body work: Walkup-Wilshire has purchased these molds. Contact Competition Karting (CKI) at 336-731-6111

      HENRY body work: Contact Austin Henry at 316-461-2238 or austin@associatedindustriesinc.com

      Styles, widths, colors and pricing can be found out from these people.

      As for INSTALLING: Outside Wichita Ks I have no idea. In the Wichita area, you might try Jim Edgington or Shannon Hendrix????  No, THE MAN will not!!!  LOL

      Please be sure to give all these new suppliers patience and time as this is new to some of them. Without them, we would be in trouble!!!

      THANK YOU  “suppliers” in stepping up to help out the ROAD RACER!!!!

      THE MAN

       

       

  • #41466

    Lindsay Fox
    Participant

    Thanks Kelly for gathering the information and putting it out for everyone. Dad (Wilshire Walkup) has the New Concept molds and is ready to start making some. He’d first like to find out if anyone needs something specific so we can go ahead and make those.

    All sales will go through CKI in North Carolina. You can contact them to place your order. 336.731.6111

  • #58981

    Eric Stockford
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    Does anyone know if this ever happened?

    are they currently building body work?

     

    Eric

  • #58990

    Christopher Ragan
    Participant

    Eric
    Contact Mark McNaught, Wichita, KS.
    McZero’s Fabrication -DBA

    doing different styles of enduro bodies
    Plus install

    • #59036

      Kelly Read
      Participant

      Eric,

      Yes.  Mark of McZero Fabrication is also making the HENRY bodywork along with the Stallion he already had. You can see is stuff on facebook.

  • #59148

    Eric Stockford
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    Thank you guy’s for the update.

     

    Do we know what is happening with Ed’s Shampine’s bodywork?

     

    Eric

  • #59149

    Greg Wright
    Participant

    Eric see the above post about New Concept (Ed Shampine) bodywork is available from Wilshire Walkup via CKI.

    Greg Wright
    Rapid Racing Inc.
    Vintage B-Stock Pilot
    "When in doubt Gas it, It won't help but it ends the suspense."

  • #59279

    Mike Peters
    Participant

    How about someone doing a video on how to hang the laydown body.

    I’ve seen videos on how to cut the wheel wells. Although, it was missing steps

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