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    4 Star General Floridianson's Avatar
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    You will have fun with it. The trick to polaris with there drive belts is to know when to put it in low range. This will keep from glazing the belt or burning one up. Sometimes I get pretty far from camp by myself so I carry an extra belt, the clutch tool and some side cutters ( wire cutters). The side cutters are for the belts that have wire / rubber belt as if you burn one up you need the wire cutters to remove all the strands that wind up on the clutch. I have not had a problem with water in the belt housing but I do carry tools plus a quarter my pocket. The quarter is my quick and easy way to remove the little red plug from the belt housing and drain out the water if it happens.
    Last edited by Floridianson; 06-30-2019 at 12:51.

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    Thanks for the advice Floridianson

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