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Driven 520 Rear Black Sprocket 46t 5008-520-46t on

US $45.95

Escanaba, Michigan, United States

Escanaba, Michigan, United States
The sprocket is in perfect condition. There are some small cracks in the packaging. Nothing is wrong with the sprocket.
Brand:Driven Color:Black Manufacturer Part Number:5008-520-46T

 The sprocket is in great condition and ready to be used. This sprocket is one of the lightest 520 steel sprockets available. There are some small cracks in the packaging. If you have any questions feel free to ask!

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