EMi Kartsport .038 Inch Sprocket Spacer Shim
This sprocket shim allows you to space your guard the correct distance away from chain when using thin rear sprockets. Reduces rub and drag on chain.
- Sprocket shim between guard to chain
- Reduces rub and drag
- Aluminum construction
- .038" thick
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