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I am presently running a 2.85 Metco SC pulley supported by the tune provided by HHP. I would like to know if there is a better 2.85 I can run and if so why?
 

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If it’s not slipping then it’s doing what a 2.85 does. If it’s making noise that is annoying you then a Griptech will fix that. I have a new 2.85 ring that I will sell but you would have to purchase the hub to mount it. 64D24FFB-5B33-4C52-89BE-82A779AAADB8.jpeg A190DAF9-62DB-4DDC-9930-D70529E6FF8A.jpeg
 
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If it’s not slipping then it’s doing what a 2.85 does. If it’s making noise that is annoying you then a Griptech will fix that. I have a new 2.85 ring that I will sell but you would have to purchase the hub to mount it. View attachment 17243 View attachment 17244
No slippage. As I understand it the Metco does not have the same design as the OEM and the Lurton does.
 

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