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REBEL 01-30-2013 10:51 PM

QUICKDRIVE Protection!!!!
Ok so i'm sure by now if you have a 13 pro you've heard about the clearance issue with the bottom of the QUICKDRIVE and the belly pan on that side. Not really wanted to hit a rock,stump, ect. and loose a QUICKDRIVE belt, figured I better get some protection.

There is a lot of different companies making them. All of the designs offer good protection which is needed. However a couple I personally like better. They are the ones that are "cupped" for hump the QUICKDRIVE creates.

The one I chose for Project Rebel Pro is made by sled armor for GEARHEAD.. Priced at $55.00 if it saves you one QUICKDRIVE belt you are already money ahead of the game. Thats why this product is a no brainer

Install couldn't be more simple.. Heres what comes with the kit

First thing is flip the sled on the left side.. Drill out the two bottom rivets in the belly pan.

Next install the (as looking at the sled flipped like this) bottom left.. then the bottom right.. all the holes are already there..

Now drill out the top right hole into the belly pan and install that rivet.. Next drill out the belly pan and foot rail extrusion and install the supplied bolt and screw.. and not only are you done but just saved yourself some cash and maybe a tow out..

Finished product

You can purchase it here >>>> GEARHEAD

TripleB 01-31-2013 09:48 PM

Thx for info


nytroryder 10-27-2015 12:23 AM

Does the 2015 need this?

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nighthawk285 11-23-2015 03:01 PM


Originally Posted by nytroryder (Post 999638)
Does the 2015 need this?

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Yes, the lower pulley is still in the same vulnerable spot and does benefit from the extra protection.

gtwitch 12-18-2015 05:06 PM

not to worry Gearhead can not supply them, ordered two and they could not produce them. Ordered the SKINZ ones they are made out of uhmw, I guess I will see!
gtwitch in wyoming

nighthawk285 12-18-2015 07:51 PM

Bummer to know I was going to order this week. I'm interested to hear how the UHMW works for you, that stuff is tough but IDK if this is a good application for it. Vanamburg sells one similar to above, but it's steel IIRC

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