Chassis Description

Coyote Motorsports reproduces our "Free Roller" chassis for vintage kart classes! The Free Roller is Coyote's second-generation chassis produced in the 1980s after the first-generation Coyote "Bullet."

New Free Rollers are manufactured on the same jig to the exact specifications that were used in the 1980s when the chassis was originally released and produced.

The stock version of the Coyote Free Roller frame comes powder-coated red with chrome nerf bars, front and rear bumpers. We also offer a “Midnight Edition" Free Roller, which features the frame powder-coated black with black nerf bars, front and rear bumpers instead of chrome.

The Free Roller is manufactured from 1-1/8” 4130 chromoly and comes with a 40” .250-wall alloy rear axle, 5/8” spindles and a torsion rear bumper setup.

Here are the differences between the first-generation Coyote Bullet and the second-generation Coyote Free Roller:

- Free Roller includes a wider kingpin to kingpin width.
- Free Roller wheel base is ½” longer.
- Free Roller steering posts have a slight bend for better seat placement. The Bullet has straight steering posts.
- Free Roller rear motor mount rail is attached to the outside frame rail by a bend. The Bullet rear motor mount rail was chopped before a bend.
- Free Roller has K bars.

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