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Old 11-15-2010, 01:44 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Is there a chart out there that list the differences between AC belts?
Example 046 is a harder compound than a 060, which I figured out on my own testing, is there something written to prove this?
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Old 11-15-2010, 03:17 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I have a chart but I need your email address. It says the file is to big to upload.
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I have a chart but I need your email address. It says the file is to big to upload.
Just scan it and upload like a photo. It is hard to find this information online.
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Old 11-15-2010, 06:21 PM   #4 (permalink)
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Below is a cut and paste from the 2008 service manual....the 060 belt has a higher COF (coefficent of friction) than the 046, means it's stickier......

Arctic Cat Drive Belt
Dimension Chart

BELT P/N LENGTH WIDTH
***0627-010 47 3/4 3/16 inch 1 3/8 inch
**0627-012 47 3/4 3/16 inch 1 3/8 inch
0627-013 49 3/16 inch 1 7/16 inch
0627-014 49 3/16 inch 1 7/16 inch
***0627-020 47 3/4 3/16 inch 1 13/32 inch
**0627-021 47 3/4 3/16 inch 1 13/32 inch
***0627-031 47 3/4 3/16 inch 1 13/32 inch
***0627-035 47 3/4 3/16 inch 1 13/32 inch
**0627-044 44 11/16 3/16 inch 1 29/64 inch
***0627-046 46 3/16 inch 1 29/64 inch
***0627-048 47 3/16 inch 1 29/64 inch
****0627-060 46 3/16 inch 1 29/64 inch

**Double-Cog High Performance Belt

***Double-Cog High Performance Belt
w/Hard Compound

****Double-Cog High Performance Belt
w/High COF Compound

difference
between Drive Belt (p/n 0627-046) and
Drive Belt (p/n 0627-060) is the hardness. The
Drive Belt (p/n 0627-060) is more flexible, and if
used in place of Drive Belt (p/n 0627-046), the
engine will run at a lower RPM.
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the entire chart

0100-080 44 1/8 3/8 inch 1 3/16 inch
0100-088 43 1/8 3/16 inch 1 3/16 inch
0100-092 43 13/16 3/16 inch 1 1/4 inch
0227-011 44 3/16 inch 1 1/4 inch
0227-014 45 1/2 3/16 inch 1 1/4 inch
0227-016 45 1/16 3/16 inch 1 1/4 inch
0227-019 43 1/4 3/16 inch 1 1/4 inch
0227-020 46 11/16 3/16 inch 1 1/4 inch
0227-030 43 1/2 3/16 inch 1 3/8 inch
0227-100 45 1/2 3/16 inch 1 3/8 inch
0227-103 43 5/8 3/16 inch 1 3/8 inch
*0627-001 43 5/8 3/16 inch 1 3/8 inch
*0627-002 43 3/8 3/16 inch 1 3/8 inch
*0627-004 43 5/16 3/16 inch 1 3/8 inch
*0627-006 43 5/8 3/16 inch 1 3/8 inch
***0627-010 47 3/4 3/16 inch 1 3/8 inch
**0627-011 45 3/4 3/16 inch 1 3/8 inch
**0627-012 47 3/4 3/16 inch 1 3/8 inch
0627-013 49 3/16 inch 1 7/16 inch
0627-014 49 3/16 inch 1 7/16 inch
***0627-020 47 3/4 3/16 inch 1 13/32 inch
**0627-021 47 3/4 3/16 inch 1 13/32 inch
***0627-031 47 3/4 3/16 inch 1 13/32 inch
***0627-032 44 9/16 3/16 inch 1 15/32 inch
***0627-033 50 5/16 3/16 inch 1 7/16 inch
***0627-034 44 3/16 inch 1 13/32 inch
***0627-035 47 3/4 3/16 inch 1 13/32 inch
***0627-036 45 3/16 inch 1 7/16 inch
**0627-044 44 11/16 3/16 inch 1 29/64 inch
**0627-045 45 7/32 3/16 inch 1 29/64 inch
***0627-046 46 3/16 inch 1 29/64 inch
***0627-047 43 17/32 3/16 inch 1 29/64 inch
***0627-048 47 3/16 inch 1 29/64 inch
***0627-049 48 5/32 3/16 inch 1 29/64 inch
****0627-059 48 5/32 3/16 inch 1 29/64 inch
****0627-060 46 3/16 inch 1 29/64 inch
****0627-066 43 17/32 inch 1 29/64 inch
***0627-067 45 3/8 inch 1 13/32 inch
*0627-069 45 13/32 3/16 inch 1 13/32 inch
****0627-070 44 1/4 3/16 inch 1 29/64 inch
****0627-073 43 17/32 3/16 inch 1 29/64 inch

*High Performance Belt
**Double-Cog High Performance Belt
***Double-Cog High Performance Belt w/Hard Compound
****Double-Cog High Performance Belt w/High Coefficient of Friction Compound

NOTE: The difference between Drive Belt (p/n 0627-046) and Drive Belt (p/n 0627-060) is the hardness. The Drive
Belt (p/n 0627-060) is more flexible, and if used in place of Drive Belt (p/n 0627-046), the engine will run at a lower
RPM.
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Old 11-15-2010, 11:47 PM   #6 (permalink)
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***0627-020 47 3/4 3/16 inch 1 13/32 inch
***0627-031 47 3/4 3/16 inch 1 13/32 inch
***0627-035 47 3/4 3/16 inch 1 13/32 inch



*High Performance Belt
**Double-Cog High Performance Belt
***Double-Cog High Performance Belt w/Hard Compound
****Double-Cog High Performance Belt w/High Coefficient of Friction Compound

NOTE: The difference between Drive Belt (p/n 0627-046) and Drive Belt (p/n 0627-060) is the hardness. The Drive
Belt (p/n 0627-060) is more flexible, and if used in place of Drive Belt (p/n 0627-046), the engine will run at a lower
RPM.
Thanks for the info everyone.
Looking at the chart there are 3 belts with the same measurements and compound, is it because of different manufacturers?
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Old 11-16-2010, 09:27 AM   #7 (permalink)
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I thought we had a third option for the newer sleds. Looks like it is just the 046, and the 060 belts.

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Thank You for the info.
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Thanks for the info everyone.
Looking at the chart there are 3 belts with the same measurements and compound, is it because of different manufacturers?
Good question. does anyone know????
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Old 03-07-2013, 09:47 AM   #9 (permalink)
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So what would be the down side to running a 046 on a 2010 CFR800 that calls for a 060?

Would it substantially hurt performance??

Seems like some positives... cheaper, little harder compound might last a little longer right?
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