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I deleted one of your threads, no duplicates please. IMO, OEM belts are the best option.
 

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I've got a Moose belt on my '14 Trail. Normally I absolutely go with OEM belts, but with the covid lockdown going on I bought the Moose belt from a buddy of mine about a year ago that runs his own ATV/snowmobile repair shop. I honestly can't see any difference in performance between that and the OEM belt, and I put a good many miles on it last summer. I haven't done my spring service on my machine yet for this year, but as good as it works I don't expect to see any belt wear.
 

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I've got a Moose belt on my '14 Trail. Normally I absolutely go with OEM belts, but with the covid lockdown going on I bought the Moose belt from a buddy of mine about a year ago that runs his own ATV/snowmobile repair shop. I honestly can't see any difference in performance between that and the OEM belt, and I put a good many miles on it last summer. I haven't done my spring service on my machine yet for this year, but as good as it works I don't expect to see any belt wear.
Do you have part number?
 

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Do you have part number?
For the Moose belt? I'm having trouble verifying the previous owner's belt that came with my 2015 sport part #1142-0552. Most sites say it's for 2015-2016 wildcat X 1000 0823-496.
 

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No idea on the Moose part number. I told my buddy what I wanted, he ordered it, and I put it on. I didn't pay any attention to the part number, and threw the sleeve away right after I put it on. Sorry, I can't help you with that one.
 
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