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PostSubject: Tight Ass Belt   Thu Feb 02, 2012 4:25 pm

Installed SuperATV 28.5 Dominators a few months ago and installed a EPI clutch kit for bigger tires. Burned up a belt (while sitting 3/4 on my side in a deep rut) . Replaced belt yesterday and it is a tight SOB. At first I had to start it in gear since I could not get it in L. After running in the pasture for awhile it has loosened up a little, but still have to force it in gear when not on level ground.

I replaced the belt with the same # I had before 211133 (I think that was the number). Any ideas on why the clutch kit tightened a relaxed clutch so bad?

FYI, this is a standard RZR and it has the odd ball clutch system that I think was only used in 09 for the standard RZR. I have also been running the S belt for over 2k miles and have not had an issue till now.
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PostSubject: Re: Tight Ass Belt   Thu Feb 02, 2012 5:17 pm

Triel wrote:
Installed SuperATV 28.5 Dominators a few months ago and installed a EPI clutch kit for bigger tires. Burned up a belt (while sitting 3/4 on my side in a deep rut) . Replaced belt yesterday and it is a tight SOB. At first I had to start it in gear since I could not get it in L. After running in the pasture for awhile it has loosened up a little, but still have to force it in gear when not on level ground.

I replaced the belt with the same # I had before 211133 (I think that was the number). Any ideas on why the clutch kit tightened a relaxed clutch so bad?

FYI, this is a standard RZR and it has the odd ball clutch system that I think was only used in 09 for the standard RZR. I have also been running the S belt for over 2k miles and have not had an issue till now.
Sounds like the bearing in the primary

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PostSubject: Re: Tight Ass Belt   Thu Feb 02, 2012 5:35 pm

Are you talking about the bushing on the crankshaft or one of the bearings on the inside of the primary? Service manual shows three or more (if you count bushings).
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