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This is a discussion on Changing the ctv belt within the CVT, Sheaves & Wet Clutch forums, part of the Yamaha Wolverine Gen 1 708 cc SxS category; Has anyone changed there belt ? Just wondering what the steps are...

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    Changing the ctv belt

    Has anyone changed there belt ? Just wondering what the steps are

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    Quote Originally Posted by [email protected] View Post
    Has anyone changed there belt ? Just wondering what the steps are
    Go to the Hunterworks website and you will find install videos for there aftermarket sheaves. Those videos will run you through all the steps to get to the belt. May as well service the primary and secondary sheaves while your in there. There is info on that as well.

    You can also find videos online by JBS on servicing the sheaves etc.
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    You do not say which unit you have and why you think you need to change your belt. The Yamaha belt has a 10 year warranty now so you might offer some more details and get some feedback on if you really need to change a belt. If you are new to UTVs and hearing about other UTVs needing belts frequently and in the field, they are grab and go type setups and different from Yamaha's setup. There is a lot of experience on this site that can change a belt.
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    Just checked the belt at 6400+ mi. Belt was in excellent shape but clutch weights showed wear with flat spots.
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