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I didn't know there was a difference between the FSM and the Owners Man., on belt adjustment, until this thread. Like most, when I bought my '06, the only source for adjustment specs, I had, was the Owners Man. Live and Learn.
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That’s about the closest I’ve been to breaking one.



Probably had a stone go through it.
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The only belt I've snapped was on my '95 Hugger. I consider it a miracle it lasted from new in '95 until late 2002 and I dread to think how many chains I would have gone through in that time. The bike had a 1200 conversion, bolt-in cams, Supertrapp 2-1 and SE carb and had done a hard 70,000 miles at that point.
I think the belt died of old age as it had crazing of the surface and I was only riding slowly uphill in traffic when it let go.
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fresh chipped roads and gravel paths are the worst enemies of a belt... as well as wheelies and burnouts...
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