Gates G-Force C12 Drive Belt
Fits: YAMAHA 2008-2011 RHINO 700 AUTOMATIC, 2012-2013 RHINO 700 FI AUTO 4X4
G-Force C12 Belts
Gates Continues to Lead the Way in CVT Belt Innovation, Technology and Development for Today’s Recreational and Utility All-Terrain Equipment With the Latest Addition to the
G-Force Line, the All-New G-Force C12 CVT Belt
This belt is engineered for drop-in performance, featuring exceptional strength, flexibility, and durability.
Strength: The first CVT belt utilizing a carbon tensile cord, combining minimal stretch with extraordinary strength.
Flexibility: High performance neoprene with a trapezoidal top-notch and rounded bottom cog design maximizing heat control and flexibility.
Durability: Carbon tensile cords are bonded with specially formulated adhesion gum to aramid fiber loaded rubber resulting in increased side-load resistance which prevents belt distortion and edge cord pullout.
Performance: Carbon tensile cords provide optimal power transmission resulting in faster acceleration, improved throttle response and consistent shifting performance.
The fastest way to ruin your new powersport drive belt is to simply install it. If you don’t break the belt in properly, you’ll find yourself shredding the belt instead of the terrain. In fact, most powersport belt failures can be attributed to improper break-in and clutch adjustment – or not breaking in the belt at all.
Ensure the best performance and longest life from your G-Force belt. Follow these three steps when installing a new belt.
1. Install the Right Belt.
Using a belt that’s even slightly different than the OE specs can affect performance – or stop you in your tracks.
2. Align and Clean.
Align the clutches according to manufacturer’s specifications and clean the sheaves with a Scotch-Brite® pad. Remove old belt residue, glazing, oils and debris with alcohol or acetone on the clutch sheave area. DO NOT USE BRAKE CLEANER.
3. Install and Break It In.
Perform two heat cycles in 20 miles. Conservatively run through the entire shift range, without exceeding ¾ throttle. Bring the belt back to normal operating temperature (15 minutes) then shut down and completely cool the belt for 30 minutes. Repeat the process.