High Strength and Abrasion Resistant.
Stable Performance and Ac-curated Power Transfer.
Stronger Roller: Hardened and Ground for Durability Improvement.
Bigger roller improve 50% holding force than original products.
Condition: Aftermarket 100% Brand New
Type: Starter Clutch Assembly
Material: High Quality Steel
Inner Diameter: 42 mm / 1.65 inches
Outer Diameter: 94 mm / 3.72 inches
REFERENCE PART NUMBER(S):
Fits Arctic Cat ATV 250/300 300 4X4 1998-2005
Fits Arctic Cat ATV 250/300 250 2X4 1998-2005
Fits Suzuki LTF250 QuadRunner 250 2WD 1988-2001
Fits Suzuki LTF250F QuadRunner 250 4WD 1999-2001
Fits Suzuki LTF300F KingQuad 300 1999-2004
Fits Suzuki LT-F4 King Quad 300 1991-1998
1 x One Way Starter Clutch Bearing Sprag
Compatibility only for reference,please check out the size & part numbers fits your motorcycle or not.
This is an aftermarket part,not an original part.
Handling time: Ship within 24 hours
Delivery Time: 3-7 business days
1. Condition: 100% Brand New
2. Warranty Period: 1 Years
3. 24-Hour Support: Provide you with timely after-sale support
Works great. Made my bike a new machine. Easy to shift and engages smooth. Highly recommend if you are having problems with your stock clutch.
Installed a few weeks ago. Chrome is good. I even got caught in some rain and the chrome still looks good. Master cylinder performance is flawless. No issues at all with this after a few hundred miles of riding.
Awesome product enjoying them very much
Just getting ready to go try it out had to wait for other parts
5.0 out of 5 stars Make sure you adjust the linkage to the clutch arm tight😉
These things seem to be pretty tough and they never get hot in the Arizona sun which is a huge plus. Also the sliver matched the forks on my R6 really well.
The clutch engagement is now smooth and precise, making gear shifts a breeze. The materials and build quality are top-notch, ensuring durability and long-lasting performance.
Same as the right, it will stop you fast, great lever action, I recommend this product, especially if you're on a tight budget. Sometimes you get lucky, and get more than what you pay for.