hate to not go cat though... it's just what I had.. I'm hoping not to spend 100$ on this ole girl.
To configure,.....the way I do it, may not be right but works, is pull the springs from both clutches and put together. Install and open the secondary and close the primary and check deflection. Should not be tight but taunt. The factory belt is calling for #0227-014 or #w222-1093 and is suppose to be 45.50" long. Width is suppose to be 1 1/4". Not sure but (I think) this model is 10.200". Center to center.I've got to ask, does anybody here know how to configure belt size without a belt. I'm just trial and error-ing it right now. there's the Polaris belts I have(too long) a 570 exciter belt (too short) and the old ac jag belt that seems to fit great. the jag belt is 1 1/4 and I need 1 3/8. I'm afraid if I ordered a jag belt length in 1 3/8 it would be too short. any tips from the pros???
That's right, I remember now. I do know that alot of race guys are saying they are still not right though. Seems like every few years they either go with another manufacturer or modify compounds or both. I only run the Carlisle XS seriers and have had good luck. I realize he is not likely gonna want to spend that kind of money on his sled and another is just as good for lower HP sleds like his.Description off Country Cat website
OEM Arctic Cat Part
This is a newer high cog belt
Dimensions of this belt are 1.406" W x 48.071" L
0627-020 belts used to have short cogs on the outside of the belt. Those belts were 1.400" W x 47.750" L. Arctic Cat has changed them and the new belts now have high cogs on the outside of the belt, as well as a longer dimension spec because of the taller cogs.