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We have a Bobcat 2200 (made by Club Car) and the transmission is starting to slip more. It will power out on a hill with loads that used to not be a problem. Is this a sign that the belt is worn and needs to be replaced or could it be something else?

Thanks,

Jere

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If there is a belt on the UTV sometimes you can just pull the case and check the belt deflection. I am not that familiar with the model but sometimes it can be shimmed. I would also clean the clutch from belt dust with a little brake cleaner. Check that the rollers in the primary also roll freely.

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