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Fort Worth, TX- April 12, 2012 - QuadBoss proudly introduces their new line of drive belts that will allow your ATV/UTV to run cooler and last longer. The belts are available in 3 styles based on the engine displacement of the unit. The SEL ATV drive belts are recommended for engine displacement of 500cc and lower. These belts are manufactured from rubber reinforced polychloroprene and p-aramid cord to ensure superior strength, enhanced dimensional integrity and longer belt life. Delivers long, smooth, dependable rides, every time! The PRO ATV drive belt is recommended for engine displacement of 650cc and lower. Constructed of extra strong p-aramid cord reinforcement and engineered fiber loaded neoprene compound, these belts will dominate any type of terrain. They deliver the muscle and the durability demanded by today's high performance enthusiasts. Cooler running belt = longer belt life, period. The TQX ATV drive belts are recommended for engine displacement of 1,000cc and lower. TQX drive belts are constructed of high strength, low stretch Aramid cords and specially formulated compression compounds which are ideal for high horsepower large displacement engines. They deliver the increased strength and durability needed to ensure long lasting performance for today’s extreme machines and the most aggressive rider. All QuadBoss drive belts come with a 1 year limited manufacturer’s warranty. To order QuadBoss products, contact your local dealer or visit QuadBoss’ website at www.QuadBoss.com to find an authorized dealer near you. You can also follow the latest news about QuadBoss on Facebook at www.facebook.com/QuadBoss. For product questions call 877-847-1558 or email us at [email protected] Available at Amazon
New to ATVing here and just got a '11 Grizz with the belt drive transmission and I've been suggested to take along an extra CVT belt along in remote rides just in case. I'm somewhat knowledgeable about where to get quality parts for cars but not so much for ATVs. Who makes the best CVT belt for my bike? Also, who makes just ok belts and who should I stay away from? Also, I'm looking at getting a snatch block for a synthetic rope winch and wondered if the type rope determines what type of block you should get...or are all snatch blocks the same and I'm just thinking about this one too much? Thanks