Hate changing broken belts? The SXS TOOL makes the belt change process simple. Thread the SXS TOOL into the secondary clutch, install a new belt and unthread the tool so you can get back to riding. Check out our latest blog for a detailed 


 Polaris RZR Turbo belt changing tool. Breaking a belt in the desert is never fun, so we have designed a tool to get you back on the trails faster and more conveniently than ever.

Our tool was built for SXS owners by SXS owners with efficiency and practicality in mind. With over ten years of engineering and design experience in the off-roading industry, SXS TOOL manufactures

best-in-class RZR accessories with the customer in mind.

Proudly manufactured in the USA!

How to Change a Polaris RZR Belt

 Out riding and your motor suddenly revs excessively, or you lose power? You probably just blew a belt. Replacing the belt using the SXS TOOL is a simple process. Gloves are recommended while servicing your Polaris RZR. Be careful; parts may be hot. Only work on the vehicle in a safe location with the transmission in park. Be sure the vehicle is off, and the key is removed.
Pre-trip Maintenance:
  • Thoroughly inspect clutch before the trip, make sure the primary bearing spins freely

  • Blow out clutches and clutch cover with compressed air to remove dust and debris

  • Check clutch sheaves for signs of wear such as groves, cracks, or heat marks

  • Excessive belt blowout is due to worn, damaged clutches or clutch misalignment


Step 1: Cover Removal

  • Using a flat-head screwdriver, remove the hose clamp on the clutch air intake tube

  • Remove the 8mm bolts from the plastic clutch cover housing, then remove the cover by pulling gently


Step 2: Remove Old Belt

  • Using your hand or a pair of pliers, remove all pieces of the broken belt inside the clutch housing

  • Be sure to check behind the clutches, the intake tube, and the exhaust tube ( located between the primary and secondary clutch in the top of the clutch housing)

  • Broken belt debris left in clutch housing results in added belt wear and additional clutch maintenance


Step 3: Spread Clutch Sheaves

  • Thread the SXS TOOL clockwise into the threads in the secondary clutch (right side) to spread the sheaves. rotate until sheaths are spread

  • Do not force SXS TOOL; this can cause damage to the secondary or the tool


Step 4: New Belt Installation

  • Ensure the new belt is clean without loose cords, missing cogs, abrasions, burns, fraying, or any damage

  • Loop the new belt around the primary clutch

  • Rotate new belt onto secondary counter-clockwise by hand

  • Face part number outward for easy identification

  • Rotate SXS TOOL counter-clockwise until fully unthreaded

  • Spin secondary clutch five to seven times to seat belt

  • Idle vehicle in park to be sure there is no additional debris in the clutch. Turn the vehicle off before continuing


Step 5: Cover Reinstallation

  • Line up the cover with the clutch housing, reinstall 8mm factory hardware (36 IN-IBS)

  • Reinstall intake tube and hose clamp (25 IN-IBS)


Additional RZR Belt Knowledge

  • If the secondary does not spin in park service clutch

  • Be sure to inspect the cover seal for signs of wear or damage, replace if necessary

  • Drive vehicle in low gear at alternating rpm to evenly wear in and warm up belt surfaces

  • Always install the clutch cover; debris and rocks in clutch housing will cause damage

  • Holding constant rpm while driving causes hot spots on the clutch and leads to additional wear

Additional information

Weight 1 lbs
Dimensions 12 × 6 × 2 in
XP1000 Clutch Options

Low Elevation – Large Paddles, Low Elevation – Stock Tires