What belt does my scooter require?

by Toto

I have a mc0250b Roketa scooter with a 49ccbenzhou engine and I bought the scooter without a belt on it. I bought a 669 18 30 belt for it and it was too short. I have no idea what belt it needs. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks

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Oct 30, 2012
Same Problem with my scoot NEW
by: Kip

Bought a scooter with no belt! I have Qlink, Pegasus 150cc and have been told it comes with different belts could be 743-20-30, could be 824-20-30, could be 845-20-30. F-ing dealer won't give you specs because they want to sell you theirs. All they will give you is a part number that aftermarket parts places can't cross-reference. Yeah! uhhh, need to be able to take a measurement! Like a piece of string going around the shafts or pulleys or something. Yeah?

Jul 06, 2012
the belt you need NEW
by: jonathanshaw

I have a 50cc benzhou scooter with the same motor, it takes a 669 18.1 30, you have to make sure you take the front sprocket off and the clucth pulley off and open the clutch pulley by hand (can be a pain) but itll let the belt go in further on the pulley and put the clutch pulley back on and the belt will go over the crankshaft, make sure you dont pull off the piece behind the crank because you can make the bearings slip but its easy to put back together, the one you have should fit if you open the clutch pulley as i explained the 18.1 is a better stronger belt its a gates power link belt, the othr ones are usually good for about 1000 miles the gates will last alot longer go to store.yahoo/yhst-5763368780/gaobefor50s.html, its where dealers get their belts and you can get the better belt for 18.99 instead of 40 like most shops ive found, hope that helps, i know its says no htmls in answers but its a good site to get belts and gaskets for the clutch covers cheap, had to pass it on, if you buy a belt from them the will send install instructions with them. hope that answered your question

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