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does this product need to be welded onto the axle?
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will this sprocket work with #1369 differential ?
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what is the diameter of the 13 and 18 tooth sprockets
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does this product need to be welded onto the axle?
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Is there a suggested engine
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will this sprocket work with #1369 differential ?
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Single Flange Go-Kart Hub

Item# 13830
Four-bolt low speed hub. 3/4in. bore with ball bearings. Zerk grease fitting. For front or free wheeling rear wheel. Fits #1340 thru #1342 rims. Set of two. U.S.A. Application Hub, Outside Diameter in. 3 3/4, Overall Width in. 2 1/2, Bolt Circle in. 2 3/4, Bore Diameter in. 3/4. Outside Bearing to Outside Bearing 2.5in. Use For Free Wheeling Axles
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Questions & Answers for Single Flange Go-Kart Hub

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Does this fit a 1" axel?

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The Single Flange Go-Kart Hubs fit on to a 3/4 inch diameter axle.
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Do these have a 4" bolt circle?

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These hubs have a 2.75" bolt circle.
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what kind of bearing can I use in these hubs

I need a high speed bearing for these hubs what kind can I use could a snap ring be install in them?
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The hubs and bearing are rated for speeds less than 25 mph. The bearing is a ball bearing type. See the attached for replacement options.
answered 1 year, 10 months ago
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How many are in the box of a single order?

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The Single Flange Go-Kart Hub are sold in pairs. Two hubs will come in each order.
answered 3 years, 2 months ago
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There are 2 Flange's in an order.
answered 3 years, 2 months ago
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