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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 03-14-2009, 12:05 AM Thread Starter
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Sheave and belt?

Can you put to much grease in around wieghts to not allow them to move completely? I installed utv crap sheave and duners kit and did a short run on street and didn't get over 42, down from 52 mph. Not sure if run wasn't long enough or over greased? Also replaced belt with a severe duty belt, was this a mistake?
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Sounds to me like one of the rollers may have fallen out of place....


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Can you put to much grease in around wieghts to not allow them to move completely? I installed utv crap sheave and duners kit and did a short run on street and didn't get over 42, down from 52 mph. Not sure if run wasn't long enough or over greased? Also replaced belt with a severe duty belt, was this a mistake?

I agree.... My guess is the rollers feel out of place...

But yes it is possible to pack it too full of grease. You only need a small amount. A slight smear. Some guys run without grease. Too little is better in this case.

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I'm going to pull it apart Sun. and redue it. About the belt, everyone says use stock is a severe duty belt going to be a problem.
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I'm going to pull it apart Sun. and redue it. About the belt, everyone says use stock is a severe duty belt going to be a problem.
I had a severe duty come apart after 2 trips....I wouldnt run it. The sensus around here is that OEM belts are what you want.......Since you have it you might as well run it tho.



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Stock one is still in great shape so, since I have to take things apart I'll put it back on and use the other as backup. Thanks again guys for the in put.
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