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Old 06-22-2010, 04:46 PM   #17356
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Does anyone know what happened to BeemerPat? Haven't seen him here in ages.
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Old 06-22-2010, 05:09 PM   #17357
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TE610 online parts?

Where is a good online source for parts? I keep trying the halls site, but none of the part numbers are working for me, can't add anything to the shopping cart. It would be nice to price some parts online.

Can anyone tell me what the bolt is that holds the leftside passenger peg to the subframe is? I have a normal bolt there, but it looks like it should be a socket cap(to recess into the tube), guessing M8 ~50mm, what grade also??

I need to dig into the online manual, I got a leaky left cover(up high), how pricey is the gasket, is it available? Quick guess I need to dump the oil first? I changed the oil and filter 2 miles ago,lol.

I had to laugh when I saw the 2 oil plugs under the bike, I had to double check I wasn't changing the oil on a KTM, at least the 10mm(holy S**T, I got to pack a huge allen) wasn't stuck. Anyone sell a plug to replace the allen drain plug so I can just pack a socket to remove?

New BMW/Husky dealer 8 miles away, I need to price check before I go in, I'd wager they don't stock much for the TE610.

Thanks guys.
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Old 06-22-2010, 05:24 PM   #17358
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Where is a good online source for parts? I keep trying the halls site, but none of the part numbers are working for me, can't add anything to the shopping cart. It would be nice to price some parts online.
Take the space out of the part number.
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Old 06-22-2010, 05:31 PM   #17359
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Take the space out of the part number.
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Old 06-22-2010, 07:04 PM   #17360
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Does anyone know what happened to BeemerPat? Haven't seen him here in ages.
Pat is around. He bought a supermotard suzuki 400 something or other and has been terrorizing the canyons with it lately.

Far as I know he still has his 610 and his GS too.



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Old 06-23-2010, 10:16 AM   #17361
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New Tank??? Cross Your Fingers...

And the check's in the mail But hey, a boy can dream...

Hi [Monty],

Thank you for your enquiry,
We have just started the process of developing a long rang fuel tank to suit
the Husky TE610 fuel injected. We don't have a finish date as of yet.
If there is anything else we can help you with please just email.

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Old 06-23-2010, 10:20 AM   #17362
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weren't they 'nearly finished' about a year ago?

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And the check's in the mail But hey, a boy can dream...

Hi [Monty],

Thank you for your enquiry,
We have just started the process of developing a long rang fuel tank to suit
the Husky TE610 fuel injected. We don't have a finish date as of yet.
If there is anything else we can help you with please just email.

Regards,
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1933 Carboor Everton Road
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PH. +61 3 5729 5556
FAX +61 3 5729 5559
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Old 06-23-2010, 12:51 PM   #17363
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....you'll love the HDB's just remember to fold them in!
Xymotic, what HDB top clamp bolt pattern did you order. Maybe I can't use a ruler, but my stock clamp bolts look to be 53mm or so center-to-center measured top-to-bottom and that isn't an ordering option that I can tell.

Thanks in advance.
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Old 06-23-2010, 02:07 PM   #17364
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Xymotic, what HDB top clamp bolt pattern did you order. Maybe I can't use a ruler, but my stock clamp bolts look to be 53mm or so center-to-center measured top-to-bottom and that isn't an ordering option that I can tell.

Thanks in advance.
I got it wrong first time, and I don't remember. Just make sure to tell Paul it's for a 610 and he'll get you the right one
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Old 06-23-2010, 04:06 PM   #17365
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I got it wrong first time, and I don't remember. Just make sure to tell Paul it's for a 610 and he'll get you the right one
I believe it is 86mm x 38/40mm. He (Paul) has shipped enough to TE610 owners he will know. :-)
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Old 06-23-2010, 04:12 PM   #17366
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I finally took the 610 to the shop since I was getting nowhere looking at it. I lack the facilities, tools and time to do any extensive work and had exhausted all basic diagnostic checks.

He's not done looking at my bike yet, but the prognosis looks bad. Something fell out of the top end and down into the stator and bounced around, munging up the stator.

The stator's a $400 part, plus labor. But what went wrong up top is what could really sky rocket the cost. I asked him to keep digging until he could determine a cost to fix it and then I'd decide if my new to me bike that I only got to ride for 150 miles is to be totaled or not...

Definitely not the news I wanted to hear.
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Old 06-23-2010, 06:49 PM   #17367
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IHe's not done looking at my bike yet, but the prognosis looks bad. Something fell out of the top end and down into the stator and bounced around, munging up the stator.
Bummer. How many differences are there between the '06 & the '03? If they interchange you might be able to pick up some salvage parts. I know Debandi (or whoever bought his bike) has a parts motor he might sell. There could be others as well. Good luck!
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Old 06-23-2010, 07:11 PM   #17368
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Bummer. How many differences are there between the '06 & the '03? If they interchange you might be able to pick up some salvage parts. I know Debandi (or whoever bought his bike) has a parts motor he might sell. There could be others as well. Good luck!
I'm not sure about the engine, but the 00-04 models are kind of unique. They have a much lower seat height than other years, which made it possible for me to get on the bike. I cannot swing a leg over most dirt bikes. They're way too tall. I struggle, but can just BARELY manage to get my leg over a DR650, which is 1" taller than my 03 TE610e.

I tried to get on a lowered KTM 425 (dropped about 1.5" he said). No way. Not even close.
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Old 06-23-2010, 08:12 PM   #17369
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I have just had rim locks installed with heavy dty tubes today. The tire guy said I could go down at most to 15 psi front and 18 psi rear.
I ride the throttle hard and at 16 back and 18 front, no rim locks, I have yet to have any sort of problem. Some rocks and roots to contend with. Your mileage may vary.

Looks like I have it backwards, though. Front should be less than rear? Maybe that's why mine seems a bit skittish on the front. I figured a thinner tire needed more pressure to avoid the pinch flats.
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Old 06-23-2010, 08:52 PM   #17370
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I ride the throttle hard and at 16 back and 18 front, no rim locks
You'll appreciate rim locks the first time you have to ride on a flat for more than a few feet.
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