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Arctic Cat: Powder Special and older 2000 and older, all models in the Powder Special chassis and older chassis models
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Old 10-11-2008, 07:49 PM
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Cool 98 powder special 600-belt and clutch ???

I just picked up this sled today, new to me. The wife will hopefully enjoy it. Anyway- As I was cleaning the sled up, I noticed the belt that is on there is a 0627-010- the 2 new spares are 0627-020-
I have no book on this one-can someone help?
What is the diff on the 2 belts???

Also looking more closey on the primary clutch- after I got some grime off, I did find about 5 to 6 very small -almost looks like stress cracks about 1/8 to 1/4 " down by the eng side , very close to the bottom of the inside sheave.

Is this something to worry about at all???

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ps/ I did see some flakes today!!!
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Old 10-11-2008, 08:07 PM
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I don't know the difference between the two belts, but I know the 020 is the belt for the PS. As far as the cracks, I had a few on my last clutch and I have a few on this newer clutch. Maybe just little cracks from heat and cold? Monitor the cracks to make sure they don't get bigger. On my last clutch, they stayed the same size althrough the season.
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I have the shop manual for a 99 powder special, and the 500 and 600s should have the 0627-020 belt. Should be the same for a 98.
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The 010 is the same as the 020 just a softer compound.
Atleast thats what I've been told.
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Old 10-11-2008, 08:41 PM
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You guys are awsome......
So if the 010 is softer- that means it grips better but won't last as long?
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The softer compound of the 10 grips without as much spring force, but is not a good belt to use on a mountain sled. It is made for lower HP sleds on the trail. Use the 20. Take the clutch apart and check the bushings and rollers. They were short lived and needed to be replaced quite often. Either that or look for a good buy on duct tape for the hole in the belly pan where the clutch parts went though!
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