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Hello all, I purchased a mini bike off market place. The guy didn’t know much about it as he got it in trade for a job he was doing. From research I’ve decided it’s a Baja warrior 200. It has a new predator 212 swapped in it and when I opened the clutch cover I found a torque converter. The problem is the whole inside of the cover is a fine coating of rubber dust. Looks like it’s eating the belt. I’m not sure of the brand but I did Google the belt info and saw it was sold by go power spots for a 30 series torque converter. Any help would be greatly appreciated in getting this thing back in tip top shape.
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It is ripping up the belts. Your driver isn't shimmed out like it should be. When you put the unit together you should have some 1/4" thick washers that go behind the driver to align it with the driven pulley. You need to try and line up the inside of both pullies and that will fix your problem with the belts.
 
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