Every sled I've ever owned the proper breakin is:
no full throttle or heavy load for the first 26 miles.
I also always spin the track with no load after it sits (lift the end, drop it
and then lift it while someone gives it throttle).
Just seems strange this belt didn't last
Just for you guys that keep your sled in the cold, take your belt off take in inside (WARM) at night put it on just "BEFORE" you start the sled in the morning. your belts will last for much longer and no more flats spots on the belt
just imagine the look on the thiefs face when the sled does not move.
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