Wiggy Bar In? Out?

Slack2014

Member
14 xpect clone heavy , momentum track. It's in and on from factory any thoughts?

What's it's for good or hurt potentially?

Kart doesn't handle poorly or anything working to roll quicker yet like we all do.
 

flattop1

Dawg 89
Aren't them sollid on both ends ? Where there is no vertical movement .
We put a hose clamp on our "wiggy bar" to lock it in place occasionally .
Unless the seats bound up , I would look elsewhere .
Straight from the source .
Universal clamp-on style will fit on most karts with an 1-1/8" S Bar, mounts on the frame rails and is designed to help reduce bind from incorrectly mounted or overweighted seats. Includes left & right seat struts and all mounting hardware.

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Slack2014

Member
Aren't them sollid on both ends ? Where there is no vertical movement .
We put a hose clamp on our "wiggy bar" to lock it in place occasionally .
Unless the seats bound up , I would look elsewhere .
Straight from the source .
Universal clamp-on style will fit on most karts with an 1-1/8" S Bar, mounts on the frame rails and is designed to help reduce bind from incorrectly mounted or overweighted seats. Includes left & right seat struts and all mounting hardware.

Quantity :
1
Seat is not bound up just little wiggle up and down my understanding is that's correct
 
I don't remember the bar being a major change. I liked that it moved the seat strut tabs up so they wouldn't collect dirt on a bumpy track. One benefit to getting rid of it is getting new seat struts. New components never hurt to "wake up" a kart.
 
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