Lost of people say oem is the best. Many, including myself have luck with gates belts. Their website has a cross ref chart to help you get the right one. They can be had off ebay for a fraction of OEM price. I would advise that you contact Ryan @ rvs before making your final choice of clutch kit, he will help make sure its the right one. Good luck.
I found an OEM one on eBay with 10 miles for 20$ that made my day. My stock one lasted 2000 miles and they weren't easy miles either. Ya that does sound like a smart idea so I can tell them my setup and driving habits I'm more of an aggressive rider and love the mud and water but then who don't lol
The kit is just over 200, like $210.
I don't ride that fast with a lift and big tires, the axles get hot. Usually under 40mph.
I have an EPI HD belt thats been going strong since my 1st clutch kit 2 yrs ago.
As long as you use HI and Low Range properly any belt will last.
I would just give Ryan a call at RVs he's very happy to help. He will tell you everything you need to do the job. He also has a couple videos on the installation. 1 4 regular sportsman and one for an XP sportsman
Does anybody know if there is a company that makes wheel wells to cover up the main wire harness that can be seen from the front wheel wells of the quad? I dont want mud, water, snow, etc. Covering an going all over it. Anybody know where to get some or have a solution?
the Sportsman 500 2000, came in with a no running problem, found stator no production of voltage, took cover off and hand start mechanism had fallen apart and was shrouded and broken the plastic and metal in 100 pieces and tore up the stator assembly. I replaced it with a new assembly also it...
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