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Old 04-20-2013, 03:33 PM   #1
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HI friends!! Looking for ktm 640 experts for some help in co!!

Hello friends!!
Names Fletch!
Long story short I have been on the road for 1.5 years making my way from CO to Ushuaia, now back in Santiago, Chile headed back to the states in 2 weeks for 1.5 months to build a new bike before shipping out..
I have been riding a '09 KLR and we recently went through a nasty divorce.... hahaha
I have locked in a KTM 640 2006 in MN from a friend and will be riding it to CO where I will be going through it and building it to my liking. Then ride to CA where I ship to OZ/NZ in the end of June.

Will be honest I don't know shit about KTM and could use some help just going through it, building her up, and lots of advice.. I can either ride to you (anywhere in CO) or just work in my friends garage in Denver.
I can supply LOTS OF BEER AND WHISKEY , cook up some good food, and a few good stories.
Check out my RR at the below links..

Thanks so much for your time...
SHREDIT
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Old 04-20-2013, 08:37 PM   #2
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Sorry, I'm no help but I have been enjoying your ride report.
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Old 05-17-2013, 12:00 PM   #3
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Single best mod on my 640

Steering dampener.

One can go high dollar easy and do a Scotts. -or-

GPR offers a LC4 kit which worked just fine, whoa what a difference on gravel.
You do need the high bar extensions (I think in 06 they were standard) and the cables need to routed as depicted in GPR's web site pictures.

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