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Old 03-09-2010, 06:40 AM   #1
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Default Best belt for brute

Looking for the best belt for the money. Going on a modded brute force with vfj clutch mod.
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Two good choices and only two, kawie belt and EPI severe duty. We sell the severe duty for $118.95 shipped
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Old 03-09-2010, 01:42 PM   #3
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Factory is better and cheaper around 68.50 in most dealers.
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Default Dayco XTX Drive Belt - XTX2217

I just bought the Dayco XTX Drive Belt - XTX2217 . It cost around $120 but its way better than the factory belt





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I have a 2008 Brute force 750. After I smoked the factory belt I got this one and it works great.

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Quote: Originally Posted by BIGBRUTE007 View Post
I just bought the Dayco XTX Drive Belt - XTX2217 . It cost around $120 but its way better than the factory belt





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go with the factory belt. the others dont last as long.
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We use the EPI severe duty in our builds and have sold hundreds of them, they are very good belts. Same belt I use on my race rhino for cross country racing.
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I've tried them all, stick with OEM
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How will I know if I need a anew belt. Mine isnt broken but has 750 miles on it, no signs of cracks either. Should I replace it as a precaution or just roll with it ?
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