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I have a 2014 Commander that has 2500 miles on it. I have put on a set of tracks this winter and I,m looking at installing a new belt and clutch system. Any suggestions please.
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I can't speak to an aftermarketclutch, but I can for the belt: I'd recommend the Maverick performance belt(Can-Am part number 422280364) which fitsthe Commander. The retail price is $169 but it can be found frequently onAmazon for less




 
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I’ve been running the maverick belt for the last 2000 miles and it has held up fine.

I have stock clutches and put new rollers, buttons and a low speed engagement spring in about a year ago and it does fine for me. If I were going to go with aftermarket clutches I would get a qsc primary and stm secondary. You will lose some engine breaking (or haveto learn a little new throttle technique to keep the breaking engaged).

I don’t have tracks.
 

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Slowindow, I picked up the Maverick belt and a heavy duty spring today. Installed both. I will let everyone know how it all works out. Thank you for the input.
 

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Maverick 364 belt.

Dalton lower speed engagement primary spring.

UATV-TECH's clutch lock-up mod.

New one way sealed bearing.




This short list should do it.


-Kris
 

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All, I have installed a new Maverick 364 belt and a brown clutch spring. It is working a lot better now. Made a run to one of my tower sites in deep snow and had no slipping. Thank all of you for you help on this.
 
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