Polaris ATV Legend
Join Date: Dec 2010
Location: wichita falls, tx
If you have a leak in the belt box, water will get in there, cause the belt to slip while in the water. Then when you get out of the water, the water will drain back out from wherever it is getting in, and your belt will start to grip again. Most likely you need to take the clutch apart, and seal behind the rear cover where it meets up with the engine/transmission. Do not use dielectric grease like the previous poster stated. I'm sure it was a typo, but dielectric grease is for your electrical connections. Silicon is used for sealing up the cover and snorkel connections. You are also going to need a new belt. OEM is highly recommended.
2009 SPORTSMAN 800 H.O.
RUBBER DOWN CUSTOMS 2" LIFT
EPI HD SPRINGS
29.5 S/W OUTLAWS ON ITP SS312
GORILLA REAR PROP SHAFT
SUPER ATV BILLET CAGE IN FRONT DIFF.
SUPER ATV ARMATURE
WELDED LOW GEAR IN TRANSMISSION
QUAD SHOP CUSTOMS CLUTCHING
TRIANGLE ATV STEALTH SNORKLE
TRIANGLE ATV REAR RACK PLATE WITH AMMO CANS
RIDE N'REST BACKREST W/FROSTY BEVERAGE HOLDER
K&N AIR FILTER
PURE POLARIS FRONT AND REAR BUMPERS
POLARIS FRONT AND REAR RACK EXTENDERS
POLARIS 3500 WINCH
POLARIS OEM BELT