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If you’re looking for Can-Am Maverick drive belts, Can-Am Maverick drive belt replacement, or other drive belt-related aftermarket accessories such as spare belt mounts and drive belt snorkels, you’ve come to the right place. Ask any experienced Can-Am rider and they’ll tell you that for the strongest and longest-lasting Can-Am Maverick drive belts, there’s no better place to shop than Everything Can-Am Offroad. We’ve got Gates drive belts, OEM drive belts, and Can-am Maverick drive belts from UTV firms like EPI and St. Augustine. Some riders choose to stick with stock Maverick drive belts and belt replacements, while others prefer the stronger, kevlar-reinforced drive belts made by aftermarket parts providers. If you keep smoking BRP belts on simple sandy creek crossings or paved pathways, a beefier and more robust aftermarket UTV drive belt will sort you out nicely. If you’re in a pinch, your local O’rileys probably has a belt that will work in your UTV, but it’s usually more expensive to buy a UTV drive belt at physical brick-and-mortar locations.
Even if your Can-Am Maverick drive belt is perfectly functional, you should always carry a spare drive belt just in case. Yes you can put the belt in a cargo box with the rest of your stuff, zip-tie it to the roll cage, or simply stuff it in the truck or behind the passenger seat, for the riders who like to keep their machine’s clean and organized, spare drive belt mounts are a must-have accessory. And speaking of must-have Can-am drive belt accessories, snorkels are the perfect accessory to protect your Maverick’s drive belt from mud and water. And if you do have your Can-am Maverick drive belt snorkeled, periodically check the tubes and elbows to make sure the snorkel is tight, but not to tight so that it warps lest you might spring a leak. Also make sure that the belt case is tight and has a proper seal. On the XMR, the drive belt vent behind the drivers seat will let water in if you wash hard or have a good rain because it's just not angled right. We’ve seen riders put a rubber/latex glove over it when washing to not let water in. Another good spot for water is the center console where the two snorkel tubes go through. That is a slip fitting, meaning you can actually grab that double tube and yank it straight up. So sealing this is important for waterproofing. Be it a drive belt snorkel, a drive belt frame mount, or an OEM or Aftermarket Can-am Maverick drive belt replacement, at Everything Can-Am Offroad, we’ve got the drive belt or drive belt accessory for you!