Right tire lifting when turning.

spincycle

Premium User
LTO or road course? Can't even imagine any scenario in LTO racing to cause that other than a substantially bent/twisted frame...road course, just a guess but maybe a seriously flexed out chassis with some unseen cracks/cracked welds?
 

"J'-remy

Member
lets also hope he docent have the tires flipped and the issues isn't when he's turning extreme right with an LTO kart
 

Chipg56

Member
Not ruling out a bent spindle, but what about the frame?

Remove both front tires and spindles. Both rear tires. Set kart on a flat surface. The garage floor should work just fine. Measure the height of the spindles. Any difference would indicate a bent frame.
Al, show them one of your drawings that show that the lifting of the rf is simply the normal effect of positive caster. In fact a bend in a frame or spindle cannot change this. All of you need to get back to the basics of kart front end geometry.
 

Chipg56

Member
Maybe you should go back and read post #10. After you do, maybe you could post an apology for getting on my case with no justification!!
I am not doing anything of the sort, I enjoy your thoughtful posts and many here could learn from them if they approached them with an open mind. I assume you must have thought my prior post was sarcastic, it was not, my intent was to be respectful.
 
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