You're right Dooman, the 127 is the softer of the 2 belts. The 127 is more flexible also, so the top end speeds can be a little higher. For on and off the gas hard riding, I'll run the 067. I went thru 2 127's last year.
Running picks on hard ice with allot of traction, I could burn up 127s in less than a day. The alignment and everything is good, just allot of traction, hard get the belt to grab with allot of traction. Needed higer engagment for a harder grab, but was afraind to flip the sled!
Ask skidoomaster, he was there!!
I was also running the heelclickers also, they work great, but are hard on belts. Now that I have the Mach the MXZ is just trail, no studs, so I sold the HCs.
Stick with the 067 or even a Dayco U2. They are allot more trail friendly than the 127. The 127s are good for perf., but at what price?
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