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3GX belt/ highlifter??

Hey guys has any body on here tried these belts? I have heard they are one of the best new belts for the teryx. Supposed to be rated for 1000cc and 270degrees. I want to install a clutch kit on my 09 and was researching belt options.
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Hey guys has any body on here tried these belts? I have heard they are one of the best new belts for the teryx. Supposed to be rated for 1000cc and 270degrees. I want to install a clutch kit on my 09 and was researching belt options.
Stay with the stock belt its better than any aftermarket belt
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i am calling v force john about some clutch work..everyone says that he is the best...he is out of town till the 14th though. i would get that belt advice from him.
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i am calling v force john about some clutch work..everyone says that he is the best...he is out of town till the 14th though. i would get that belt advice from him.
Thats what he told me.
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You can't beat the Highlifter belt for the price. It runs about the same as the stock belt, but has a 1 year warranty. If the belt becomes unuseable in the first year, it cost $15 for shipping to get a brand new belt. How can you go wrong?
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You can't beat the Highlifter belt for the price. It runs about the same as the stock belt, but has a 1 year warranty. If the belt becomes unuseable in the first year, it cost $15 for shipping to get a brand new belt. How can you go wrong?
I always broke the highlifter belt faster than the stocker. For the warranty replacement you can't go wrong with the price. I just got tired of replacing them all the time. The stock belt always outlasted the high-lifter belt. I haven't had any issuse as of late, but that is due to the vforce john mod. And thats with me running 32s. It's just my opinion and experience that I have had.

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I always broke the highlifter belt faster than the stocker. For the warranty replacement you can't go wrong with the price. I just got tired of replacing them all the time. The stock belt always outlasted the high-lifter belt. I haven't had any issuse as of late, but that is due to the vforce john mod. And thats with me running 32s. It's just my opinion and experience that I have had.
Have you tried the Highlifter belt with the VForce clutch yet? From my understanding, the HL belt is Kevlar reinforced like the stock belt, so it should last as long and be just as durable. None of the other belts are reinforced that I know of.
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Have you tried the Highlifter belt with the VForce clutch yet? From my understanding, the HL belt is Kevlar reinforced like the stock belt, so it should last as long and be just as durable. None of the other belts are reinforced that I know of.
No, when I went with the v force john clutch he advised me to run the stock belt, that it was the best and with my previous experience with the aftermarket belts I believe him...

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This is highlifters third try at this and each time they hype it up to be the best replacement for the stock belt and the past two times they've been complete and total crap... I'm sure its better than the last but I don't know changing belts enough to be the test dummy.
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