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pauls59
12-01-2011, 08:00 PM
I have a sperry rand tricart i would like to restore. I am looking for a seat, jack shaft, rear end and rear tires. Anyone have something that matches. Thanks Paulhttp://i1180.photobucket.com/albums/x403/PPetron/Tricart/snowmobiles011.jpg

tricartman
12-07-2011, 08:59 PM
Paul, The rear axle is 1” shaft and jackshaft is ”. These can be made fairly easily if you can find a shop to cut the keyways. The original rear meats are 16x14.50-6… these are next to impossible to find and the closest modern replacement I’ve found is the Carlisle AT 21x11-8. This tire is around 2-3” taller and 2-3” narrower than original, but looks better than other options I’ve seen. You would still need wheels and hubs. There are a lot options for these at ATV and go-kart supply houses. The biggest challenge may be the seat. You may have to try and mold something out of fiberglass. Maybe you can find a donor cart with some of these parts. So does this trike have an engine or drivetrain? Good Luck.

Original 16x14.50-6 vs Carlisle 21x11-8
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What you have to look forward to when complete
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ATCwithdrawals
08-20-2021, 08:53 PM
Paul, The rear axle is 1 shaft and jackshaft is . These can be made fairly easily if you can find a shop to cut the keyways. The original rear meats are 16x14.50-6 these are next to impossible to find and the closest modern replacement Ive found is the Carlisle AT 21x11-8. This tire is around 2-3 taller and 2-3 narrower than original, but looks better than other options Ive seen. You would still need wheels and hubs. There are a lot options for these at ATV and go-kart supply houses. The biggest challenge may be the seat. You may have to try and mold something out of fiberglass. Maybe you can find a donor cart with some of these parts. So does this trike have an engine or drivetrain? Good Luck.

Original 16x14.50-6 vs Carlisle 21x11-8
137086

What you have to look forward to when complete
137087


Hello, Im looking for pics on how the JLO 230 motor mounts up. Trying to install mine but appears to be missing something. Any info would be appreciated

tricartman
08-22-2021, 11:26 AM
Hello, I’m looking for pics on how the JLO 230 motor mounts up. Trying to install mine but appears to be missing something. Any info would be appreciated

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The engine frame (22), isolators (23) and plate (24) from 1st image, plus angle brackets (10) from 2nd image are the main components for mounting the engine to the body. PM me if you need more details.