Spare belt location???

summ8rmk

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Tunnel bag.
If u get a small muffler, u can put the belt in front of the muffler.

 

fharrison

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Top of the belt guard. There are slots in it so you can ziptie in place. I dont have any pictures on me but I am sure you can Google it. You have to bend it around the exhaust.
 

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I did the belt guard for a while until I got an aftermarket can, then I tied it off in front of the can. better weight balance side to side, stick as many accessories mag side as possible with a lightweight can.
 

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My 2014 came with a bag on the tunnel specifically for a belt, 2018 I added another bag and just put it in there.
 

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Roll the belt, put zipties to hold it. And there it will stay. Believe or not.


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I think everyone agrees that heat kills belts. We all do all we can to keep our clutches cool. To each there own but I prefer to keep my belt as far away from heat as possible which means in the small tunnel bag. When I quit storing my spare belt under the hood my spare belt life went up dramatically. Heat kills......
 

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I think everyone agrees that heat kills belts. We all do all we can to keep our clutches cool. To each there own but I prefer to keep my belt as far away from heat as possible which means in the small tunnel bag. When I quit storing my spare belt under the hood my spare belt life went up dramatically. Heat kills......
I agree. My spare belts are generally used belts that are still working, not a new one. The spare is good enough to get out for the rest of the day, not for the next 1000 miles
 
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