paul in TX
I have over 2000 miles of hard rock climbing, skinny pedal to the floor trail blasting, power braking on asphalt, you name it. never a failure. hard to beat Polaris oem belts
Colton in UT
Only issue was getting the new clutch cover in between the frame, clutch, and shock, but if you remove the skid plate it allows just enough clearance to push it through. Make sure you have a 2-3/4" hole saw.
Matthew in NV
this belt out lasts all the after market belt. Save your money and just buy the OE it will last longer. Just make sure to break the belt in.