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Replacing Belt?

I Got 2400 Miles On My Grizz And Occasionally The Belt Will Slip If I Hammer It Hard From A Dead Stop Then Quit Its Only Done It Maybe 4 Times. Think Its Time To Replace It Still Looks Good. How Often You Guys Replace The Belt I No Its A Long Lasting Belt.

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I just replaced the one on my 450, 4500 miles on the belt still looks good but getting a lot of miles. Have 1900 on my 700 but have not looked at it yet.

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618 have you took cover off belt and checked to see if dirt or water is on belt and pulley system. might be as simple as cleaning belt and scuffing up pulleys with scotchbrite pads to clean them up and dress belt with belt dressing to get traction on pullies.
also check width of belt,
spec is 31.7 mm(1.25") limit:(1.23")31.3 mm if out of limits then yea you need to replace.

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Thanks Didnt No There Was A Spec On Width Will Deffinitly Check It Out, Yeah I Have Had The Cover Off When i Re Greased The Clutch Everything Is Dry. Thanks Keeter.

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Yes there is on my 600 its 32MM new and min of 30 mm before it must be replaced if the belt narrows to much it wont grab as well and it will ride lower in the sheaves. Im waiting on an EPI kit and severe duty belt hoping to do the swap before the weekend.
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618 have you took cover off belt and checked to see if dirt or water is on belt and pulley system. might be as simple as cleaning belt and scuffing up pulleys with scotchbrite pads to clean them up and dress belt with belt dressing to get traction on pullies.
also check width of belt,
spec is 31.7 mm(1.25") limit:(1.23")31.3 mm if out of limits then yea you need to replace.

What exactly is belt dressing?

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I wouldn`t use belt dressing it softens the rubber. that`s just me u can use it if u want.

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I totally agree with Mad Mike, belt dressing is in an aerosol can and it acts like comtact sement to get a failing belt to be able to still grab on a pulley it was used on car drive belts for years as a fix in a can for something that should really be fixed with a new belt. And not only will it ruin a belt it might also cause the belt to grab when it shouldn't putting added stress on driveline. Just an opinion, but hope it helps. But if all you are doing is checking and replacing a belt its a cake walk. remove the metal foot guard below the clutch cover, may have to remove the brake pedal which is just a matter of removing the spring, cable and a crclip, then disconnect the vent hoses from the clutch cover, remove the small bolts holding the lutch cover on and then you can pull the cover and have access to the belt. If you want to change the belt all you will need is 2 bolts that will fit the threaded holes in the secondary clutch sheaves mine were 6mm with a 1mm thread pitch and needed to be like 40 or 45 mm long you might wanna check yours so you don't strip the holes, then just thread them in a little at a time and it will spread the sheaves giving the slack in the belt and you can pull it off and replace it.
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Madmike's right if everything is clean and in spec you don't need it anyway. If belt slips it is for a reason, fix it or your thumb, smaller tires, smaller mud pits, naw just kidding. Just keep belt system right and you won't have problems unless you abuse that beast too much!

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CHECKING THE V-BELT
1. Remove:
•
drive belt cover
Refer to
“PRIMARY AND SECONDARY
SHEAVES
” in chapter 4.
2. Check:

•
V-belt 1

Cracks/wear/scaling/chipping
Replace.
Oil/grease
Check primary sheave and
secondary sheave.
3. Measure:

•
V-belt width 2

Out of specification
Replace.

V-belt width
31.7 mm (1.25 in)
<Limit>: 31.3 mm (1.23 in)
4. Replace:
•
V-belt


a. Install the bolts
1 (90101-06016) into the
secondary fixed sheave hold.

NOTE:
_
Tightening the bolts
1 will push the secondary
sliding sheave away, causing the gap between
the secondary fixed and sliding sheaves to
widen.
b. Remove the V-belt
1 from the primary

sheave and secondary sheave.
c. Install the V-belt.
NOTE:
_
Install the V-belt so that its arrow faces the
direction shown in the illustration.
d. Remove the bolts.

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