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I glazed my belt while out kicking RZR arse. Replaced the belt, keeping it as a spare, but how do I restore it? How do you scrub out the glaze without destroying the belt.
 

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any material you take off the sides will reduce the width and not get you the top speed you want. Just scuff it with red scotchbrite and use it as a spare to get you home. you really need the Airdam bolt to keep the sheeve from slipping and ruining your belt while spanking poolarisisssys.
 

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there both 12.9 or 13.9 - grade, also the airdam is not tapered
 

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The ///AIRDAM bolt is an ARP 190,000 or 210,000 lb tensile strength bolt. The stock is a China 12.9 metric bolt. The stock is 12mm, but most of it has been cut down to about 10mm. It's a POS!!!
 

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The ///AIRDAM bolt is an ARP 190,000 or 210,000 lb tensile strength bolt. The stock is a China 12.9 metric bolt. The stock is 12mm, but most of it has been cut down to about 10mm. It's a POS!!!
just broke my stock bolt today and destroyed the clutch. that slippery washer set up is an absolute joke.
 

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I agree one hundred percent! The incompetent, stupid, ignorant, book learnin engineers that designed that setup need to be fired! A two piece primary is a terrible terrible idea in something this powerful and this fast! Are you listening, Can Am?
 

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Okay I've got a question! I called my dealership today and asked if the upgrade was done to my machine and he said there has been no recalls on these machines yet. Is there actually a recall on the clutch issue?
 
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