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Old 08-02-2005, 10:38 AM   #16
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Nice TZ Can't wait to get a look at it close up. Love the Dakar sticks going to place an order myself soon. Hope we can get together for a ride in the near future. Not in the heat!!!
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Old 08-02-2005, 08:11 PM   #17
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HI NIGHTSTALKER , WOULD it be to much to ask for part no..... I`AM on LAZY side. YOUR bike look GREAT . BLACK VELVET.
Marcel, this is from a previous post:

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I'm about to add a high fender kit to my 950, and screwed around for too long trying to find the parts list and prices. I finally gave up on the prices, and looked them all up with the online microfiche at munn racing. I thought I had previously seen a list of part numbers with prices, but I couldn't find it again

I've added this thread with a good title, hopefully so searches will pick it up in the future.

Here are the official part names, list prices, and total price for the suggested parts. I've swapped out a Supermoto black front fender and the non-S front brake line. Alternates are listed as well...

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Qty	Part Name	KTM Part #	Retail 	Total
1	BRAKE HOSE FRONT ADV '03 	60013012100	$86.06 	$86.06 
1	BRAKE HOSE GUIDE FRONT '03 	60013025000	$6.09 	$6.09 
1	RUBBER FOR BRAKE HOSE GUIDE'03 	60013025050	$1.13 	$1.13 
1	SCREW FEND.BRACE M8X9 WS=17 	50308009050	$3.12 	$3.12 
1	NUT FENDER BRACE…………………….……	50308009051	$2.41 	$2.41 
1	FORK PROTECTOR L/S & R/S 85 SX 	4700109400030	$16.09 	$16.09 
2	BRAKE HOSE CLAMP MARZOCCHI'95 	54601085000	$3.13 	$6.26 
4	SPACER BUSHING 7X10X7,5 	50208020000	$2.12 	$8.48 
4	HH COLLAR SCREW M6x20,WS8 	0014060203	$1.36 	$5.44 
2	HH COLLAR SCREW M6x15,WS8 	0014060153	$1.35 	$2.70 
2	BRAKE HOSE GUIDE…………………….	59008019000	$2.27 	$4.54 
1	FRONT FENDER SM BLACK '02 	5030801020030	$22.90 	$22.90 
1	FENDER BRACE BLACK '99 …………….	50308009100	$9.24 	$9.24 
	Subtotal	 	 	$174.46 
	15% Discount	 	 	$26.17 
	Total	 	 	$148.29 
				
Alternates:				 
1	BRAKE HOSE FRONT ADV.S '03 	60013012000	$85.31 	$85.31 
1	FRONT FENDER SM ORANGE '02 	5030801020004	$23.59 	$23.59 
1	FRONT FENDER WIDE ORANGE '03 	5030801030004	$23.59 	$23.59 
1	FRONT FENDER WIDE SILVER '03 	5030801030090	$22.90 	$22.90 
1	FRONT FENDER BLUE ADVENTURE 	5020841010006	$50.15 	$50.15 


I don't know exactly what that blue adventure fender is, but it might be worth looking into if you have a late '04 or '05 S model...

For the german web site that originally listed the parts and shows pictures of the mod, look
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For the AdvRider thread showing pictures of this conversion, look here:
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Old 08-02-2005, 10:03 PM   #18
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Bluhduh Not all parts needed

I did the high fender conversion and single disk. I used the supermoto fender and of pfb's list you don't need the fender brace, screw fender brace, nut fender brace, bushings or 4 HH collar screws M6x20.

I reused the same screws that held the brake cable guide to the lower triple clamp. the 2 HH collar screws I think I used to hold the side holes on the 85sx fork protectors.

The fork protectors are close but don't really fit without some slotting of the holes and stretching with a heat gun, but they will work. The most difficult part of the job was getting the little black plastic plugs out of the side of the fork ends for the side holes of the fork protectors.
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Old 08-11-2005, 09:01 PM   #19
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Got some more parts in and installed tonight. Upper and lower brake hose guides.

I ordered two of the KTM lower brake hose guides, part #600.08.019.000.

I took the first guide, mounted it upside down on top of the original and cut the two in half down the middle. Bud Matto hooked me up with that bit of wisdom. Here's the finish product, side by side.


Just reinstall above the fender and your set.

Now, for the guide at the top of the forks. I had expected to fabricate something and just use the plastic guide loop from the KTM part. After eyeing up the situation, I cut the stock part and installed as shown.



The wire ties were installed while I was waiting for parts and inspiration. I still need to remove the outer guide loop, it gently grazes the dash below the tach with the handle bars turned fully to the left. Also, the length from the mounting point to the center of the guide loop could be just a little bit long to be spot on. We'll see how it hold up this weekend.
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Old 08-11-2005, 10:12 PM   #20
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I think ur lying dude..............surely this could not and would not happen!!
The fender woulda broken off first..................was it a stone or a BIG lump of sludge???
Why would he lie, if you have not experienced it first hand don't be so quick to judge. I watched by friend crash 4 times and have the video to prove it. It came about by the front wheel becoming clogged with clay. The front wheel stops turning as soon as the friction from wheel to fender becomes greater that wheel to ground. Yes the fender gets stretched far forward, but the brake line attachment kept it from getting ripped off. This has happened to several people on this forum. A rock in the mix probably just made it happen all the faster.
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Old 08-12-2005, 02:56 AM   #21
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Many people lie on forums to make themselves feel better but hey.....what the hell!!
youre probably right Blue, some folk do lie, but for the life of me, I havent experienced this much myself. And definately not in this case, because its a known issue - which is obvious by now.

But to come out and say hey! - you're lying..... hmm hows that British diplomacy old boy? - from SAfrica (ex colonial land..)

Sorry for thread hijack, just standing up for the bro's
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Old 08-12-2005, 04:00 AM   #22
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Talking High Fender

THANKS for part no...... N.S. JUST got back from the reserver CHIC-CHOC in GASPE QUEBEC. TOOK some great pic.... on a reguler camera, has anyone transfer a reg.... photo by a scanner , how do the pic.... come out. GOT lost inside park no maps or gps . JUST made it for gas the light was flashing for 35KM. I notice when pasing in clay rock would get pull in between tire and fender with a howfull niose . ANY one doing of road should get high fender. THANK again, from the acadien ktm.
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Old 08-12-2005, 06:01 AM   #23
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Marcel, most camera shops can transfer the pictures on to a CD for you at the time you get your film developed. That is, by far, the easiest way, and usually comes out better than scanning the images yourself. Make sure that you get the CD and NOT the FLOPPY, the images they put on floppies are so compressed they look like crap!

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THANKS for part no...... N.S. JUST got back from the reserver CHIC-CHOC in GASPE QUEBEC. TOOK some great pic.... on a reguler camera, has anyone transfer a reg.... photo by a scanner , how do
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Old 08-13-2005, 01:59 AM   #24
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Many people lie on forums to make themselves feel better but hey.....what the hell!!
You are absolutely right Blew, couldn't agree with you more! Oh wait....I'm lying.

Feeling better already.
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Old 06-10-2007, 04:27 PM   #25
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After just having my low fender come off on me at speed and fly through the air.. doing no damage at all "Lucky" I am now going to do the SM/Motocross high fender kit. After looking closing at what the 990 has to offer, it looks like I only need the fender, mounting bolts and the fork guards.. The brake line split up behind the front grill so no need to run another line, I will however mount the brake hose guide to help keep the brake line from running fowl of the wheel as pointed out and photographed by Nightstalker


When I get the needed parts in, I will post a 990 high fender thread
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Old 06-10-2007, 07:36 PM   #26
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Wow, that's a blast from the past! Just an update, I've got over 14,000 miles on that same high fender. It's holding up great!

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After just having my low fender come off on me at spped and fly through the air.. doing no damage at all "Lucky" I am now going to do the SM/Motocross high fender kit. After looking closing at what the 990 has to offer, it looks like I only need the fender, mounting bolts and the fork guards.. The brake line split up behind the front grill so no need to run another line, I will however mount the brake hose guide to help keep the brake line from running fowl of the wheel as pointed out and photographed by Nightstalker


When I get the needed parts in, I will post a 990 high fender thread
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