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Old 01-21-2015, 05:36 PM   #1 (permalink)
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hi warrior family, would anyone know of a supplier i could get in contact with to aquire a std drive belt/ or has a spare i could purchase? and heff would you be so kind to help me install it again: you could probably come pick ur carving up aswell at same time hehe! cheers,,,
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Old 01-21-2015, 05:50 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Love to help Hemi, but I think you have used up all the spare ones in the country. Yamaha ones are about $700 and panther about $300. I would look for an SS gates through rollies speed shop at about $229 and way stronger. Give me a call on 0417 157 873.

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Old 01-21-2015, 11:19 PM   #3 (permalink)
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WOW!! thank you so much Heff for your help on installing my drive belt onto my beasty, am most appreciated!! Truely a Warrior! thanks again bro!
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So does this mean you have a belt now?
I was just about to go through the shed and check what I have as I know have about 3 belts of different sizes.
Guess I won't bother now.
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Yeah we put the S&S gates belt on. Still 1 1/8 wide 130 tooth as per std but way stronger and a fraction of the cost $249.

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So does this mean you have a belt now?
I was just about to go through the shed and check what I have as I know have about 3 belts of different sizes.
Guess I won't bother now.
nah you keep looking, Im pretty sure i can snap this one!! hahaha,,,
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I'm amazed with my riding habits and a built motor that I'm still running my original 2002 stock belt. Must be 1 in a million!


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You obviously ride like a pussie LOL. Nah some guys have had huge miles and others no luck at all.

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Don't know if its worth it from the shipping but heres the one I got.
S&S/Gates High Strength Rear Drive Belt - 1 1/8 - 14mm 130 Tooth (49-3475) by Gates - Direct Cycle

Maybe for the future..
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Something is wrong if you are snapping belts, sure you are not putting them on too tight? Good to see Heff helped you get her back on the road, not an easy job, true brotherhood.
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