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Parts – USFS Spark Arrestor

$14.95 USD

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From backwoods trails to the open desert, many riding areas require the use of a spark arrestor. Check your local laws and regulations to see if you need a spark arrestor, and if so, look no further. Our spark arrestor is compatible with all Big Gun Exhaust systems and is easy to install. After all, no one wants to start a forest fire or get an expensive ticket for not having one!
  • USFS Forestry Approved (Screen Type) Spark Arrestor
  • Compatible with all Big Gun Exhaust Systems
  • Installs in minutes
  • Includes Spark Arrestor and Spacer Ring
Notes:
  1. *If you are just using the Spark Arrestor without a quiet insert, you must use the Spark Arrestor and the Spacer Ring together.*
  2. *Either the Spark Arrestor or Spacer Ring is needed for proper installation of a Vortex or Vortex 2 Insert.*
** USE LOCTITE ON ALL SCREWS WHEN INSTALLING & PERIODICALLY CHECK TO ENSURE THEY ARE TIGHT **
Big Gun Part #

40-S003

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Spark Arrestor Install Instructions