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#35 Max Torque 3/4" Bore 12 Tooth Minibike Go Kart Engine Clutch Quality Usa on

US $42.95

Arnold, Missouri, United States

Arnold, Missouri, United States
Condition:New Brand:max torque Country/Region of Manufacture:United States Manufacturer Part Number:unknown Country of Manufacture:United States Warranty:No UPC:Does not apply

New, never used 12 tooth, 3/4" bore, #35 chain centrifugal engine clutch
fitting all small engines with a 3/4" diameter crank that have a 3/16" wide keyway

crankshaft key
mounting set screws
4 feet #35 chain
#35 master link

Common small engines this will fit are:
Honda clone
Harbor Freight private label engines
Northern private label engines

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