JOES 25560 Rear Kart Hub, Aluminum
3 on 2.50" Bolt Pattern, Aluminum, Anodized, 1.25" Diameter, 1/4"-28 or 5/16"-18 Thread Pitch
This rear kart hub fits a 1-1/4" axle and is made from aluminum. Quality JOES finishes and concentric machining means you get top notch hubs to make your kart fast. American standard wheel bolt pattern 3 on 2-1/2" for both 1/4"-28 and 5/16"-18.
- Fits 1.25" axle
- Aluminum construction
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