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If you don't believe them, then I would stay away from them.
I bought a Eton 90R for my son and form what I have read in serveral posts that it is better that the Sunl's on the market. I cannot remember the webiste, but the Eton was considered a quality buy form a atv magazine. If you do a search on this site, I am sure you will find in-depth reviews which should shed some light on your question.
Eton and the Pep Boys are not the same, I was trying to get clearity, if you were saying your friend had an Eton or a Pep Boys brand. I even saw Sears had a few go-carts for sale, I would trust those over the Pep Boys.
Wild Woody are you buying one that you can take off road? Who are you buying it for? I say for kids, that are not in the pre-teen the go-cart should last if they are in the pre-teens your better off buying a reliable go-cart that can handle the abuse.
thats whats i was wandering. if its for my 8 yr old how much damage can they do. but the sunl didint matter who was driving it. It just fell aprt idleing and no parts or no one could fix them .i really like the carter brothers at northen tools but it around 2000 compared the one baja at pep boys for 1600.