Vintage Go Kart Nos Comet Direct Drive Jackshaft 14 Th 5/8" Cart Minibike Part on 2040-parts.com
Milmay, New Jersey, United States
Manufacturer Part Number:11434
Country/Region of Manufacture:United States
You are buying a new old stock vintage Hoffco Comet direct drive jackshaft sprocket. P/N 11434. 14 tooth, 35 chain, 5/8" shaft. Check pictures. email questions. I combine shipping.Check out my auctions for new international and american go kart and quarter midget barstool racer, powered drift trike, enduro racing parts and as always vintage go kart racing parts.
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