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EMi Kartsport Briggs Rear Header Bracket
EMi Kartsport Briggs Rear Header Bracket

EMi Kartsport Briggs Rear Header Bracket

5.25" Overall Length, Stainless Steel, Natural

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EMi Kartsport Briggs Rear Header Bracket
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Overall Length:
5.25"
Material Type:
Stainless Steel
Finish:
Natural
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Each

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Rear support bracket for Briggs header. Stronger than mild steel option even with lightening holes added. Rear most lightening hole allows for safety wire to be used to retain muffler if clamp comes loose. Attaches to block with 3/8” bolt.

  • Fits Briggs headers - rear
  • Heavy duty design
  • Stainless Steel
  • Sold each

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