Used Go Karts For Sale
How do most of our new go karters start? On used equipment. Why, they are budget friendly, there is a great secondary market, and our beginner’s program keeps the learning curve shallow enough that used equipment can race to the front of the class.
Our inventory of used karts have become available due to people either leaving the sport or having upgraded their equipment to run in other classes. If you’re thinking of upgrading or getting a start in go-karting, use this page to keep track of our quickly changing inventory.
Why shop here instead of Craig’s List? We will keep you out of trouble. We see new racers every year that bring their Craig’s List bargain in to get a couple of parts to get it running. Too many times the couple of parts turns into the right size seat, the right size wheels, new class legal tires, the right engine for the class, the right clutch for the class, etc. etc. etc. In many cases the tab would have been less to shop our kart shop and get what you need along with our set up expertise. At a minimum come in and see us before you commit to what looks like a good deal. Let us educate you on what you should buy. You man learn whether the used kart your looking at on Craig’s List is a good deal or a money pit. Our advice is free.
Remember that the ‘Pit Stop’ is our full line kart shop that can round out your used kart purchase with all the other accessories you’ll need. The picture below shows our showroom and a few of the new and used karts we have available.
How about a Coyote kart with a fresh ground up restoration! We have redone this one top to bottom and front to back. The frame was checked for straight on our flat table. Welds were repaired, weight tabs were added, our style of braced up bearing hangers and some other gussets were added where we know Coyote karts like to break overtime. The it was chased off for heat treat and blasting before heading to the powder coat shop for the gorgeous red paint.
We’ve reassembled it with a long list of new parts. There is a new Honda box stock engine package with new mount, chain guard, clutch and throttle linkage. We have mounted new bodywork. The tires and wheels are new. Other new parts are the floor pan, bearings, bearing cassettes, all fasteners, rear bumper, steering lock, spindles, seat struts, and likely more.
We will pick out the right size used seat, mount it and do a scale session for the new driver.
A good looking mid 90’s Coyote Widetrack Free Roller. This one is black with a blue M&M body. It has a new Honda Box Stock engine ready for the junior or senior classes. It is set up for a smaller driver with a Cadet Tillet T8 seat and some pedal risers that are moved back to fit the 8 to 11 year old drivers. The kart has Coyote’s standard castor adjust and an Ackerman steering shaft. There is a steering lock installed and adjustable front seat mounts. The kart rolls on Douglas high polish aluminum wheels with used Bridgestone YDS tires.
This Coyote kart needs a new owner. It has been a hanger queen for many years. Grandpa put it together for a your racer wanna be who never became a racer. We took the motor apart worried that several years of shelf life may have caused some deadly rust issues. What we found was a brand new motor. If it got 10 minutes of run time several years ago it was a lot. The cylinder wall looks brand new complete with factory cross hatch. Valves are prefect and to prove it we get a 100% on the leak down! That almost never happens. We cleaned it all up, put new rear axle bearings in (they were rusty) and added some bodywork. There are a couple of rewelds on the chassis, but overall should be a good ride for someone starting out. We’ll pick out the right size used seat for the new owner and get it mounted where it belongs. The kart rides on Douglas aluminum wheels and used Bridgestone YDS tires.
2003 Coyote Widetrack
This is a 2003 Coyote Widetrack kart. Black in color with black bodywork installed. The Honda engine package is new as are the Hoosier tires. The kart has Coyote’s camber and castor adjust front end. It has an Ackerman steering shaft and toe lock. There is a working MyChron 3 also. This kart is very very nice. You won’t stand in front of this one and think ‘high mileage’. It was the third kart on a one driver team. The main kart and the spare were used mostly and this one hung on the wall. We’ll pick out the right sized used seat for the buyer and get it mounted where it belongs.
Coyote Widetrack LE
2011,Coyote Widetrack LE kart that is in very nice condition. It has black paint that looks new, a re-spray, not powder coat. There is a used Tillett seat in the kart (if it doesn’t fit the new owner we’ll replace with another used seat). Kart has camber adjust front end with Ackerman steering. Double adjustable rear cassettes is a very nice feature. The Briggs engine has been prepped by ‘Faster Motors’ and leak tests nicely. Used Douglas high polish wheels with a set of used Bridgestone YDS tires.
2005 Coyote Widetrack GL
Here’s one of those rare Coyote Widetrack GL’s. Both the Honda and LO 206 guys look for this kart. The Urban Legend story on this one is that one of the Coyote factory drivers asked Coyote to build the Widetrack LE with a Margay shaped frame rail on it. Not sure if they got beat at the track by a Margay the week before, but this kart resulted. And then the story goes that when someone asked why did they call it a GL? The answer? The Coyote factory guys told the factory driver, “Good Luck”.
This one is set up as a Honda Masters set up with M&M bodywork and a MyChron 4 gauge and steering wheel. There is a T8 Tillet shell seat installed. We redid this kart in our shop about 3 winters ago. It got new black powder coat at that time. Since it has had the rear seat cross bar rewelded.