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EMi Henchcraft® Mini Sprint Sprocket/Brake Carrier
EMi Henchcraft® Mini Sprint Sprocket/Brake Carrier

EMi Henchcraft® Mini Sprint Sprocket/Brake Carrier

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EMi Henchcraft® Mini Sprint Sprocket/Brake Carrier
EMi Henchcraft® Mini Sprint Sprocket/Brake Carrier
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EMi Henchcraft® Mini Sprint Sprocket/Brake Carrier
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  • 6" diameter
  • 5.25" bolt circle
  • Lightest and strongest carrier available
  • 31 tooth spline count
  • Weighs only 1lb

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Finish:
Anodized
Hardware Included:
No
Overall Diameter:
6.00"
Spline Count:
31
Weight:
1.00 lbs.

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New from Henchcraft® Chassis, these 2" center spline works with any axle. Proprietary machining pattern makes this hub the lightest and strongest available. Two-tone machining gives it a look like no other.

  • Mirrors front hub design
  • 5.25" Bolt circle
  • Lightest and strongest carrier available
  • Mounts both the sprocket or brake rotor
  • 5/16-18 threaded bolt holes on carrier
  • For use on Henchcraft® mini Sprint chassis

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Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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