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I agree with torqu, either the belt was adjusted wrong after the build, or there was damage and it just happens to be a coincidence it happened after the build.

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Ya I have air ride and I didn't check the tension at ride height before I left the shop, when I adjust my belt I always do at the height I ride at . I thought it was odd . Thanks


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Seriously though, I beat the he'll outta my 2005 roadglide. Burnouts and wheelies all the time. Racked up 25,000 miles on it and never broke a belt. I would average 800 miles on a rear tire with doing burnouts.
 

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Seriously though, I beat the he'll outta my 2005 roadglide. Burnouts and wheelies all the time. Racked up 25,000 miles on it and never broke a belt. I would average 800 miles on a rear tire with doing burnouts.
Note to self...... never buy used bike from torqu.... :eek: :D

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+ 1 on that,my buddy just broke the belt on his 2011 police bike,i'm guessing that the T Man 124 may have had something to do with it,bike had 8500 miles on belt,the builder replaced the stock belt with a Falacon belt,never heard of it before it looked heaver than a stock HD belt.
 
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