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    Blast belt

    Anyone have any experience with custom made belts?
    I just got a blast about a month ago and I see that these are no longer in production an I want to have one for when it is needed and I found this online. https://www.webike.com.mm/products/24510667.html
    The price ends up being $220 USD.
    Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ross.9989 View Post
    Anyone have any experience with custom made belts?
    I just got a blast about a month ago and I see that these are no longer in production an I want to have one for when it is needed and I found this online. https://www.webike.com.mm/products/24510667.html
    The price ends up being $220 USD.
    Thanks!
    J&P or one of those companies sells a 1" belt they claim will fit a Blast for a little less. I was considering restoring a Blast and this seems like it would work, but dum-dum Cooter talked me out of it. He is a jerk.


    Maybe jetlee will pass through soon and drop a knowledge bomb on us.

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    Not sure what you mean by "out of production"?

    Part #---G0500.01A7........57 count still in factory dealer system
    Size reference: 139 tooth count---14mm pitch---1 inch width. Use that info when shopping
    Several manufacturers including Goodyear offer quality replacements at good price points

    First edition belt Obsolete part # ending in T has been purged from the system.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barrett View Post
    Not sure what you mean by "out of production"?

    Part #---G0500.01A7........57 count still in factory dealer system
    Size reference: 139 tooth count---14mm pitch---1 inch width. Use that info when shopping
    Several manufacturers including Goodyear offer quality replacements at good price points

    First edition belt Obsolete part # ending in T has been purged from the system.
    My mistake, this is my first bike and I am new to sourcing motorcycle parts. I was under the impression that the parts were bike specific and manufactured by Harley or Buell. Where did you find it out of curiosity? If they are easily found I won't worry about buying one.

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    Thanks for the info, I'm getting around to fixing my old Blast up and was wondering about a new belt (2001 year Blast and probably the original belt) I bought the bike in 2019 and just getting around to putting it back together (I bought it in boxes for $400 CDN)

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    Thanks for the knowledge, if they are still available I won't put a rush on ordering one. I agree with you, it's always worth shelling out for higher quality parts, the last thing I want is a cheap replacement damaging more expensive non-perishable parts!

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    Hi, my son bought a 06 Blast and I've been helping him with some mods and parts.
    I own a shop and I'm a dealer for Drag/Parts Unlimited.
    I want to keep a spare belt on hand just in case he needs one. I read that the Drag 1204-0064 1" 139T belt will work. I put one on a order and it showed that the part # had notes. I check the note and it says * Not for Buell Blast.

    I was wondering if anyone has used this belt on their Blast and if they had good luck with it or any installation problems.
    I've used the Drag Falcon SPC belts on a lot of big inch high performance Harleys and have had great luck with them.
    Screenshot 2022-04-20 at 14-44-18 Drag Specialties® - From our garage to yours.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barrett View Post
    I would suspect the tooth pitch is not 14mm which the Blast uses.
    It's 14mm. This is the description "Belt, Falcon SPC, Rear Drive, Gilmer, 1.00 in. Width, 139-Tooth, 14mm Pitch"

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    The introductory year-only 2000 P3 Blast used a 135 tooth 3/4" width belt.....subsequently changed later that year to the upgraded specs that I listed above, as were the drive pulleys to match the upgraded belt. Perhaps their "not for Blast" comment based solely on the first year specs?

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    Quote Originally Posted by HDracerr View Post
    I own a shop and I'm a dealer for Drag/Parts Unlimited.
    Quote Originally Posted by HDracerr View Post

    I've used the Drag Falcon SPC belts on a lot of big inch high performance Harleys and have had great luck with them.
    But bring a small inch low performance Buell into the fray and you're lost?

    Oh, because a note tucked into the box says you shouldn't.

    My guess is that someone tried to install the belt on a Blast with the old pulleys, or just didnt know what they were doing, and raised hell with Drag Specialties, so they just put that note in the box (next to the note that said "Items sold for off-road use only are illegal in many states and provinces and are intended for racing vehicles which may never be used on a public road".) to protect them from those who shouldn't be allowed near tools in the first place.


    Here is one that J&P Cycles claims fits a Buell Blast. It also claims it fits 2000 models and makes no note of whether you need the updated pulleys to make it work... although Magdelyn says it wont.


    https://www.jpcycles.com/product/602...nal-drive-belt



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