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post #1 of 22 (permalink) Old 04-19-2009, 05:33 PM Thread Starter
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Looking for a good belt replacement for a heavy 686 anyone have good luck with servere duty EPI belts or 700 belts?
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Here's a severe duty with 10 hours maybe....Junk





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the flying banana runs severe duty, no issues, I prefer stock oem belts.



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the flying banana runs severe duty, no issues, I prefer stock oem belts.
Thats with a PDM clutch.....I think thats the prefered belt for the PDM. Thats why I had that belt MAX gave it to me with my clutch.



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Ive heard the stock belts are better than the aftermarket ones...

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i have about 500 miles on my EPI severe duty. and my shit is an army tank.
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Here's a severe duty with 10 hours maybe....Junk

you must be the one in a million guy . i have a buddy that drag raced snow mo's and only ran this belt in all his setups.
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you must be the one in a million guy . i have a buddy that drag raced snow mo's and only ran this belt in all his setups.
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i run one in my car and have 20hrs on it

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ive run the severe duty for a while now with no issues, but i always reccomend the OEM belt.

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