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post #1 of 8 Old 05-08-2011, 08:17 PM Thread Starter
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drive belts?

which is the strongest most reliable belt for the mud/trials? i was looking into the highlifter pro series, dayco, or EPI severe duty. some ppl are saying just throw a stock one in.

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post #2 of 8 Old 05-08-2011, 09:02 PM
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A lot of people that I know run a stock oem style belt on there brutes.

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For what machine, Grizz or Brute? From my experience there are three I would recommend. The OEM, the Dayco XTX, and the EPI Extreem Duty.

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grizz 600 and thats what alot of people are saying, the oem are one of the best if not thee best to run no matter what

~99 grizz 600~
2" custom bed liner painted snorkels
25in. mudlite ats on stock black with silver lip
26in. itp mudlites
on itp c-series wheels
k&n air filter w/outterwears
hmf slip on exhaust
soon to come: clutches and some head work
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For what machine, Grizz or Brute? From my experience there are three I would recommend. The OEM, the Dayco XTX, and the EPI Extreem Duty.
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OEM or Dayco XTX
Exactly what he said. The Dayco XTX is the best belt i have seen so far. Just make sure its the XTX. It holds up great to 916 & 960 Outlanders...!




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only prob is my machine is outdated and aftermarket part dealers dont make alot of parts for it anymore lol. i wish i had the money to upgrade to atleast an older 660 griz but dont. but ill have to look to see if they make a XTX. hl has a dayco but idt its a XTX though

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2" custom bed liner painted snorkels
25in. mudlite ats on stock black with silver lip
26in. itp mudlites
on itp c-series wheels
k&n air filter w/outterwears
hmf slip on exhaust
soon to come: clutches and some head work
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