Protaper 13 Tooth Front Sprocket For Suzuki Rm65 2003-2005 on 2040-parts.com
Hinckley, Ohio, United States
Manufacturer Part Number:022523
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Protaper 13 Tooth Front SprocketProduct Description
- Precision broached and machined to the strictest of standards
- Case hardened cro-moly steel
- Lightening holes keep sprocket light weight
- Self-cleaning mud grooves prevent dirt build up
- Etched teeth number for easy identification
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