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Old 03-29-2013, 10:47 PM   #3721
overlandr
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Now i know how to upload pics (at last..) i want to show you my LC4 adventure:
[URL="http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images/831/ruttenlcapr081.jpg/"]
Funny to think that Go!!!!!!! originally came from the likes of this advertising a smelly French fag (cigarette) :



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Overlandr,
Thanks for the link.
How did you get Google to translate in the pdf.
Disd you use google chrome?
bill
Bill, I just manually cut and paste sections of ascii into translate. I don't know if its possible to translate the whole document in one go but it'd be great if it were
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Old 03-31-2013, 01:01 PM   #3722
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Funny to think that Go!!!!!!! originally came from the likes of this advertising a smelly French fag (cigarette) :



Bill, I just manually cut and paste sections of ascii into translate. I don't know if its possible to translate the whole document in one go but it'd be great if it were
Great pic of that 660RR! I own the same bike now! (big difference with the 640adv!)
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Old 04-01-2013, 03:42 PM   #3723
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KTM 625 SXC Linkage Arm HELP

ANYONE have a 583.03.083.000 (LINKAGE ARM Length =127MM). Just check the bike over for my first BAJA ride and the one on the left side has snapped.

I need one by Wednesday or I get left behind to drink Tecates alone in my garage...

I have called all the KTM dealers and there are only linkages at the distribution center in OHIO so the fastest they can get it to me is by Friday....

Any help is greatly appreciated!

https://mail.google.com/mail/?ui=2&i...line&safe=1&zw
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Old 04-02-2013, 06:36 AM   #3724
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Maybe someone near you could sell you theirs and buy them a new one
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Old 04-02-2013, 08:08 AM   #3725
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ANYONE have a 583.03.083.000 (LINKAGE ARM Length =127MM). Just check the bike over for my first BAJA ride and the one on the left side has snapped.

I need one by Wednesday or I get left behind to drink Tecates alone in my garage...

I have called all the KTM dealers and there are only linkages at the distribution center in OHIO so the fastest they can get it to me is by Friday....

Any help is greatly appreciated!

https://mail.google.com/mail/?ui=2&i...line&safe=1&zw
Just make one out of steel flatbar, 2 drilled holes, some washers to space it out, some grinding to copy the other side and your good.... When the new link arrives you can swap it out in less than 20 minutes...
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Old 04-02-2013, 08:10 AM   #3726
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I am the guy you contacted off craigslist. If you have to have a 127 mm I could pull one off my 640 and send it to you. Send it back once the one you ordered shows up. Just pay shipping. Or drive up to pick it up if your not willing to take the risk. I will warn you it's about 1:45 to lax. Quicker if you ride a bike and don't have to worry about traffic.

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Old 04-02-2013, 09:08 AM   #3727
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sxc

I have some
I have a 4000 mile 2004 sxc lm parting out
Pm me
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Old 04-03-2013, 11:27 PM   #3728
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hey guys, i recently purchased a "well ridden" 99 640e. Awesome bike! But I am searching for a few parts, thought i would see if any of you had any these lying around.

I need a new stock seat or atleast the foam
A speedo, it has a trailtech, not a fan, looking for any model ktm mechanical speedo that will work. dont care about the mileage
least importantly passenger pegs, dont need them but would be nice to have.

here she is!
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Old 04-04-2013, 09:14 AM   #3729
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hey guys, i recently purchased a "well ridden" 99 640e. Awesome bike! But I am searching for a few parts, thought i would see if any of you had any these lying around.

I need a new stock seat or atleast the foam
A speedo, it has a trailtech, not a fan, looking for any model ktm mechanical speedo that will work. dont care about the mileage
least importantly passenger pegs, dont need them but would be nice to have.

here she is!

For the seat........check with Seat Concepts.

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Old 04-04-2013, 09:43 AM   #3730
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Guts racing makes foam for the KTM
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Old 04-04-2013, 09:45 AM   #3731
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I need one by Wednesday or I get left behind to drink Tecates alone in my garage...
did you make it?
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Old 04-04-2013, 04:31 PM   #3732
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Need some help with carb, I searched I promise

I need some BST 40 help. I've pulled the carb out and cleaned it up all nice like. Now I'm putting it back together and the float needle housing o-ring (don't know what to really call it) and the float tip that has the o-ring on it that is fixed into the carb body both don't push in and stay? It's like the o-rings aren't seating. I had to pull them out to clean them. Is there a trick to getting these to re-seat, wd-40 or something?

Also, what is the trick to getting this carb in and out with some ease. That was a difficult extraction process , my 950 was way easier to work with than my 640 has been so far.
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Old 04-04-2013, 07:53 PM   #3733
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I need some BST 40 help. I've pulled the carb out and cleaned it up all nice like. Now I'm putting it back together and the float needle housing o-ring (don't know what to really call it) and the float tip that has the o-ring on it that is fixed into the carb body both don't push in and stay? It's like the o-rings aren't seating. I had to pull them out to clean them. Is there a trick to getting these to re-seat, wd-40 or something?

Also, what is the trick to getting this carb in and out with some ease. That was a difficult extraction process , my 950 was way easier to work with than my 640 has been so far.
Try this The BST-40 Bible
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Old 04-05-2013, 11:07 AM   #3734
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I need some BST 40 help. I've pulled the carb out and cleaned it up all nice like. Now I'm putting it back together and the float needle housing o-ring (don't know what to really call it) and the float tip that has the o-ring on it that is fixed into the carb body both don't push in and stay? It's like the o-rings aren't seating. I had to pull them out to clean them. Is there a trick to getting these to re-seat, wd-40 or something?

Also, what is the trick to getting this carb in and out with some ease. That was a difficult extraction process , my 950 was way easier to work with than my 640 has been so far.
I dont recall having any issue with the oring, but its been 2.5 years. Are you sure you put the right oring on there? I would imagine an old one would be loose fiting and a new one very tight.

The trick to getting it in and out of the frame, persistance! Know when to call it quits for a few minutes and then go back to it. It's a pain in the ass at best!
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Old 04-05-2013, 03:21 PM   #3735
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I dont recall having any issue with the oring, but its been 2.5 years. Are you sure you put the right oring on there? I would imagine an old one would be loose fiting and a new one very tight.

The trick to getting it in and out of the frame, persistance! Know when to call it quits for a few minutes and then go back to it. It's a pain in the ass at best!
Low.........you forgot to add the "Teaser Beer" waiting in the fridge for when you get the carb out!

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