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When you go off-road, your vehicle can't go offline. The next generation of continuously variable transmission (CVT) belts are higher performing and more durable than ever before. Utilizing proprietary design software combined with the most advanced composite materials and construction technology, Gates powersports products are engineered to meet the demands of today's and tomorrow's high-performance ATV, UTV, and snowmobile platforms.
THE G-FORCE FAMILY
Gates G-Force is an entire family of superior CVT belts engineered for the most demanding conditions – providing an OE-Perfect Fit with matching shift curves & pulley speed ratios.
G-Force drive belts are made in the USA, field-tested, and trusted within the toughest conditions to bring durability, simplicity, performance, and value to your off-road adventures.
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Our newest G-Force CVT belt developed from the most advanced materials. Extensively lab and field tested, Gates G-Force RedLine CVT belts are engineered to handle the wildest rides required for the dunes, deserts, mountains, and race-day. Built to withstand extreme friction, severe compressive force, and excessive heat created from high acceleration, frequent back-shifting, and heavy loads.
Meet the industry's first true carbon tensile belt — Gates G-Force® C12® Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT) belts are engineered for drop-in* performance, featuring exceptional strength, flexibility and durability for ATVs, UTVs, side-by-sides, and snowmobiles.
The workhorse of the family, G-Force CVT handles everything from a hard day’s work to a road less traveled.
Want to know what is hardest on your CVT belt? Bigger tires, grit making its way past your CVT cover, poorly working clutches, and high horsepower engine modifications all take their toll, but the biggest killer of your CVT belt is heat.
All CVT belts look similar, but it’s what beneath the surface that counts. At the heart of every belt is a series of cords that do the job of transmitting the engine power to the transmission and wheels. You can see the cords on the side where they meet the surface of the rubber compound they are encased in. The differences are in the details of how the fiber cords are treated, and the rubber polymers that are heat and wear resistant. It’s extremely important that the fiber cords distribute stress evenly. The job of the rubber is to grip the clutch faces and hold the cord in place.