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Hey vendors does anyone have a Dalton clutch kit and overdrive plate in stock and ready to ship. I order one from my local dealer but it will not arrive till Dec 4, I'm already have belt issues and don't want to just change belt then go back and change clutch. I would like to have it ready for installed by Thanksgiving. Thanks in advance for helping me expedite this quickly.

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Hey vendors does anyone have a Dalton clutch kit and overdrive plate in stock and ready to ship. I order one from my local dealer but it will not arrive till Dec 4, I'm already have belt issues and don't want to just change belt then go back and change clutch. I would like to have it ready for installed by Thanksgiving. Thanks in advance for helping me expedite this quickly.

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Dude, you and I must think alike cuz I am wondering the same thing. My vendor is saying the clutch and plate are on BO and no delivery until Dec ?

However, I am also wondering why people are having belt issue's when the machines have such low hours and a stock clutch & belt? Won't the dalton clutch kit be harder on the stock belt than the stock clutch set up? I am thinking the dalton clutch should grip the belt better reducing slippage and thereby put more strain on the belt. Has anyone out there ran with the DF kevlar belt?
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Hey Desertdog I believe my issues is stemming from not knowing how to drive the gear box on my Teryx. I find myself driving in high and 2 wheel drive when I'm going slow and climbing the dunes at Glamis and just cruising around still in high. I also realized I could burn down the wash whoops around 50mph and this thing just passes like a Trophy truck, from talking to people that is very bad for the CVT belt.

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Hey Desertdog I believe my issues is stemming from not knowing how to drive the gear box on my Teryx. I find myself driving in high and 2 wheel drive when I'm going slow and climbing the dunes at Glamis and just cruising around still in high. I also realized I could burn down the wash whoops around 50mph and this thing just passes like a Trophy truck, from talking to people that is very bad for the CVT belt.

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Yes, it's the driving fast on the whoops that is hard on the belts, because the tires are in the air for a moment then back on the ground and spinning fast. I don't think climbing or crusing around in high is hard on the belt. It's made for that. Although, I drive in the sand and climb dunes in mine in 4X and have not had any problems yet.
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i was at jsu in phoenix last week and i believe they had both in stock. Give Kenny a call at 623-581-1620 and tell him Brian from Ultimate sent you. That sucks that they are on b/o, but it must be that it is working good.
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I know I talked to JetSki Unlimited about getting the clutch kits, so maybe they did!

Crap, reminds me I forgot to call them today.




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I think the more positive engagement is actually easier on the belt personally. I have run the EPI and also the factory Kawasaki that Dalton recommends and I am actually starting to prefer the EPI.

You are going to LOVE the Dalton clutch kit and cap. Night and day difference from stock. ALso, with the Dalton setup you can tell a lot more easily when you need to adjust deflection of your belt.

But... with the above said, no belt is going to last if you don't learn how to drive your mahchine and what gear to be in at any given time. It will be easier to stay in L when you can a lot faster in L due to the OD Clutch Cover from Dalton, so that is also something you have to look forward to.

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Brian thanks for the search on the clutch I called Kenny at JSU he had the part there told him you sent me and he gave me a killer price and is shipping it overnight for free thanks a bunch bro!!!!!!!!!!!!

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No problem, got to keep the economy going. We just became a dealer for the trail tech dashes today, so if anyone needs one let me know.
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