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I have a 2003 Polaris 600 Classic Touring that has been turned into a 1-up trail sled. I noticed that my sled takes a 3211075 polaris belt and the rest of the 600-800's take a 3211080. Would I benefit from using the 080 belt? What are the differences between the two belts. I hope it would give my sled a little more performance. I have dropped the gearing and clutched my sled so I am thinking this belt should help a little more.
 

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Explain please?? Why does my 600 have a different belt than every other 600-800 for that year? The 04 600 Edge touring has the 080 belt.
 

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your sled should be useing a080 belt the last 600 to use a 075 was a 2000 model i beleve
 

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GenII bigblocks used the 075 belt as it is meant for a 12.5" center to center clutch distance. 080 is used on many Edges and works on the Fusion/IQ's as well. Center to center is 11.5" making the 080 belt shorter overall.
 

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^^^^^^^^^?? What does that have to do with me?

Back on topic, according to partsland my sled does take the 075 belt. Wierd.
http://parts.polarisind.com/Browse/Browse.asp
 
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