How to Build a Bar Stool Racer?

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To build a bar stool racer, you will need a sturdy bar stool and something similar to a small go cart frame with small motor in the middle of the chassis with a gas/brake system plus all 4 wheels. Most people attach their bar stool to the frame over the small motor . Check out this site for more step by step ways to build your bar stool racer www.kenlowe.com.au
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A bar stool racer, with its many parts needed to build, can run over $600 to build. You would need, to just name a few, several parts, including a good motor, a bar stool, brake calipers and a contactor. For more information look here: Here is a detailed site for building a bar stool racer: www.engineeringhobbyist.com;
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