The easiest way to extend the life of the rubber drive […]
The easiest way to extend the life of the rubber drive belts is to use the low speed range when running the vehicle at high speed. The Heat is one of the biggest enemies of the rubber drive belts . Most of the clutch on the CVT system incorporates the fan blades into the clutch design, and the more the clutch rotates, the more air is passed over the belt drive housing. By operating the vehicle in a low range, you will not only impose less pressure on the belt, but will also move extra cooling air on the moving parts. It makes them colder and helps them last longer.
The second most common failure we have seen is the hourglass. If you turn the belt sideways, you can see that it changes from full width to narrow, and then returns to full width. The most common cause of belt hourglass is that when the vehicle is jammed, the operator applies a full throttle to move the vehicle. When this happens, the drive clutch will rotate at full speed, but when the belt is not moving, the clutch will overheat the belt because the drive clutch contacts the drive clutch and then wears the rubber drive belts .
Depending on the hourglass, the Rubber Drive Belts automotivedrivingbelt and drive system can still function after this occurs, but when the hourglass of the belt crosses the clutch, the vehicle will display the drive "knock". The best way to prevent hourglass is to use a low drive range and a 4x4 drive system where you may be stuck. If you are stuck, and the throttle does not move the vehicle, either use your winch to pick up your vehicle, or have another car drag you to a place where you are no longer in the soil, sand or water.
Although the manufacturer has extended the belt warranty on its vehicle, this warranty applies only to defects in the manufacturer's defects in the drive belt structure. Belt drive failure 98% rise is due to misuse, abuse and maintenance caused by ineffective, and these failures are not within the scope of the driver warranty.