offset kart, 8" tire on RF and 5" on LF. I could pull my RF in a little more but not sure where it will need to be till I scale the kart
You might wanna read that again, im about 99% sure they were talking about tie rods in the middle, or caster blocks lined up in the middle, its always been common practice in dirt oval racing, the RF is in as far as it can be without rubbing anything, some early karts guys would even grind on the spindle arm to allow more clearance, the RR the rim ends up being about an 1/8 off the frame rail, with a double clamping hub or a lock collar behind it to prevent it from getting against the frame railThanks for the input guys!!! and thanks xxx#40 for the info I figured thats what I would have to do but some setups I have read says start with the hubs in the middle of the spindle for more adjustment options. I am still trying to figure all this stuff out. I understand the process but everyone seems to have a different way to get there!!!