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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 09-18-2016, 11:28 AM Thread Starter
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I am in need of a new drive Belt for my 06 V92TC...While out riding yesterday...I slow for a rail road track....down shifted and nailed it...hit 2nd gear and just coasted to a stop....The belt did not show any cracking or dry rot.......Where is a good place to get a new one ? I checked the internet for victory parts....Price ranging from $239-$249...that seems kind of pricey....Anybody got a better source ? Going to get both new tires while it is down also...

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I'm kinda curious too. About 4-5 years ago I looked and could not find another belt source so I'm wondering if that has changed since then.
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I think @half_crazy is using a Harley belt, maybe he can chime in on the specifics.

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read this thread please

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got my belt from Cheapmotorcycleparts .com. shipping was freee...so it was about $250.00. ictted over $50 to ship it to me.....

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Got my spare belt from one of our Forum members Paulie @Honda East Toledo for a very good price, cant remember now how much it was.

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Got my spare belt from one of our Forum members Paulie @Honda East Toledo for a very good price, cant remember now how much it was.
Paulie will treat you good.

Keep in mind Half Craze does not run a stock pulley. Harley belts will not work with stock Vic pulleys

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Check with trike mfrs and/or those who have triked their Vic. I bought my spare at a very good price from a forum member who triked his Vic.

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problem is you need exact specs to replace. on my 2001 audi TT roadster using a belt to lift the wind deflector-glass, OE belt was over $100, aftermarket from polybelt.com about $30. the part # was supplied by a poster on line. good luck with your search
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