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Old 08-05-2019, 07:05 PM   #1
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Will rear GripTec pulleys for Maggie 2300 stop slip?

I would like to not have to run the cog if I do not have to so I bought the GripTec rear pulleys and I also found a lingenfelter pulley kit (without the pulleys) that has the adjustable middle pulley like the new 2650s do which I would assume be helpful for eliminate belt slip because of a little more belt wrap.

I will be running a 3.2 or 3.1 front pulley (10 rib) and I am wondering if I will be good with the GripTec since most say the rear starts to slip at 10 psi. I also have the LC32 hybrid bracket for the front so hopefully with the 10 rib and that bracket I do not have front belt slip.

Anybody run the the GripTec and if so what is your experience?

I also do have a cog set up as well but I honestly do not really want to use it if I do not have to. I know some like the whine of the cogs but I am undecided. Sometimes I think I will like it and other times I don't.

I have tried searches but it seems that the rear GripTec is not mentioned much.

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