If You Don’t Have The Items On This List, You’re Missing Out!
How many times have you gone out for a ride and after an hour said: “Doh, I didn;t bring a spare belt.” A spare belt is only an extra passenger on your sled until you need it; then it’s a lifesaver.
We’ve heard riders say they only buy a cheap belt to keep as a spare “because they hardly ever blow one any more.” It’s true, modern clutching is a wonder and some sleds rarely destroy a belt all year. Our recommendation is that you buy a belt equal in quality to the one the OEM originally installed.
It doesn’t necessarily have to be the same brand but it should be the same standard the manufacturer recommends. Hey, you’re going to need it eventually and why be stuck with having to switch off the cheap one and put on a higher quality one later?