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Good dayI have a go kart buggy which is chain driven to each back wheel. So I have short drive shaft (+- 300mm). It connects to a sprocket then it passes through the frame and you have the brake disc

Good day I have a go kart buggy which is chain driven to each back wheel. So I have short drive shaft (+- 300mm). It connects to a sprocket then it passes through the frame and you have the brake disc and then the wheel hub fitting. I need a replacement drive shaft. Do you have the part which I need or do you know where I can get this from. On the side of the engine is "Wangye" so I suppose that the make of this Chinese buggy I have. Its a 250cc motor with a CVT box. I have attached pic of it. Regards Haroon Dharsey 082 732 6229

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