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I'm new here and was looking over my zr 600 today and noticed that my limiter straps are wearing out and are almost torn through. Is this a common problem with this sled? It looked like it was rubbing on the bumps on the middle of the track that the drive wheels ride on to turn the track. Could the sliders be worn out causing the clearance under the limiter straps to be less?
 

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yea i dont get that. i was just workin on my buddies sled tonight replacing his limiter straps. i dont see how the wore through or weakened enough to tear in only 1600 miles when i have 2000 miles and no problem yet. its probly more common than we think
 

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"I'm new here and was looking over my zr 600 today and noticed that my limiter straps are wearing out and are almost torn through. Is this a common problem with this sled? It looked like it was rubbing on the bumps on the middle of the track that the drive wheels ride on to turn the track. Could the sliders be worn out causing the clearance under the limiter straps to be less?"

Will i need to drop the suspension to replace the limiter straps?
 

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I've seen limiter staps wear on a regualar basis. I just check the regualarly and replace whenever I see wear. On a two strap set up you can probably just change one at a time. If it seems tight, wrap a ratchet strap under the track over the seat and suck it up until you get a bit of slack in the limiter strap or just get a freind to sit on the sled. A freind of mine even caries a spare cause he broke his single one while riding.
 
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