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Looks like a normal blow to me. JMO
 

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Heat damage or spinning the belt in the wrong direction. I've seen RER equipped sleds do it with aggressive reverse manoeuvres after a good ride in the trails.
 

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Gotta admit, that made me giggle....[/b]
As soon as I wrote, I knew someone would say something. :D
 

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heat.
 

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That there is heat. The belts got so hot that the outer casing un-bonded from the cords.
 

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Poor clutch alignment, sheeve faces glazed, snow dust, windage plates, getting stuck, trailer loading / unloading and belt not properly broken in. There's plenty more reasons.
 

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Poor clutch alignment, sheeve faces glazed, snow dust, windage plates, getting stuck, trailer loading / unloading and belt not properly broken in. There's plenty more reasons.[/b]
one more bad spring in the secondary. should keep ya checkingfor awhile.
 

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Thanks for all of the help. The only thing I can think of was that the final ride last year was a nice warm spring day. Never have had it wide open for too long though. I'll make sure I check everything else though.
 

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Excessive drag in the track / suspension on a warm day heats the belt up too
 
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