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Anyone need one.....http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/New-Polaris-Drive-Belt-97-99-440-XCR-700-XC-XCF_W0QQcmdZViewItemQQcategoryZ100453QQihZ008QQitemZ180068838725QQrdZ1
 

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Hes pretty proud of it. I thought I paid that same price at the stealer last year
 

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Yay, he is.
I use the 074's they hold up better.
I could smoke a 067 is about 500 miles, very soft.

Would like to try a 075....
 

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Is there a coding system within the belt numbers? I think there is but havent figured it out.
 

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yes, there is. Tomorrow I will post up the chart I have.
 

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Originally posted by xcr440
[br]yes, there is. Tomorrow I will post up the chart I have.
That would be sweet, I would like to have a copy of that.
 

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theres a 74 belt on e-bay now. 40.00 plus shipping so far. I forgot to copy the link
 

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Theres about 4 of them.
 

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THe 067 and 074 belts are the same compound, the 074 is the wider and thicker overdrive belt,the 075 belt is the same width as the 074 but is the harder CVT compound, the standard compound belts grip better that the CVT compound, but on the other side of the page the CVT belts will last longer when beaten upon, the 066 belt is the CVT equivalent of the 067, if worst came to worst a 070 belt can be used in place of the 067, it is just a standard belt with no top cogs, it carries all the same dimensions as the 067 as does the old 042 belt that preceded the 070,

I snagged a BRAND NEW 067 off ebay a couple of weeks ago for $17 and some change shipped to me, also have a like new 074, so now I'm gonna have to get one more of each so I can have the like spare on the sled for the given belt I am running at the time, if your using the 067 belt you have to use 3 shims behind the snap ring on the secondary to get full shift out, because of the extra overdrive width of the 074 only one shim is needed when using that belt.
 

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The 067 and 074 are the supposed to be the same compound but I can smoke a 067 in no time compared to the 074.

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