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Old 09-17-2012, 04:51 PM   #5611
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Can anyone out there in Europe help me out? This part is out of stock all across North America until November. If someone could track down the rocker/pin I would gladly pay you for your time!

P/N: 75036061044 & 75036056000
I can check with my dealer. Alternatively, give bikersjersey.com a shout. Know they've shipped to Asia without problem before.
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Old 09-17-2012, 06:53 PM   #5612
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That is possible but how would I try to diagnose that one? Pull the fuel line up stream from everything and see if it is spitting fuel?
Today I was finally able to pull the fuel line at the injector. It isn't getting any fuel at that point. I guess I'm going back in..... This time I'm going to test the pump outside the tank to make sure it is even working despite hearing it prime when the key is turned.

More fun with the 690 than I thought I would ever have....
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Old 09-17-2012, 07:28 PM   #5613
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Today I was finally able to pull the fuel line at the injector. It isn't getting any fuel at that point. I guess I'm going back in..... This time I'm going to test the pump outside the tank to make sure it is even working despite hearing it prime when the key is turned.

More fun with the 690 than I thought I would ever have....
I just went through the exact same thing. Look back over my posts on this thread for the past couple weeks.
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Old 09-17-2012, 08:19 PM   #5614
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I just went through the exact same thing. Look back over my posts on this thread for the past couple weeks.
I remember seeing some of your posts. How did you eventually get the lines in the tank to no kink? The lines are so fragile and bendy it seems like they wouldn't kink at all....
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Old 09-18-2012, 04:09 AM   #5615
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The fine folks at Rally Raid have generously offered to help me out!

Thanks, everyone!

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Can anyone out there in Europe help me out? This part is out of stock all across North America until November. If someone could track down the rocker/pin I would gladly pay you for your time!

P/N: 75036061044 & 75036056000
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Old 09-18-2012, 05:06 AM   #5616
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I remember seeing some of your posts. How did you eventually get the lines in the tank to no kink? The lines are so fragile and bendy it seems like they wouldn't kink at all....
I found it easier to put the pump assy in the tank with the regulator out and then slide the regulator in

I just slid the reg out a couple inches and the pump seemed to go in much easier. OR maybe I was just holding my mouth right .
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Old 09-18-2012, 05:56 AM   #5617
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You're asking for trouble when using Red High Temp RTV. It outgasses acetic acid gas and does not play well at all with ethylene glycol or engine oil or gasoline.

You're asking for trouble when using ANY RTV that has a vinegar smell when it comes to fuels, oils, or coolants.

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Hmm, I haven't stuck these on yet, but I was going to use the copper not the red. Specifically because it was supposed to be noncorrosive and oil resistant.

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Old 09-19-2012, 02:27 AM   #5618
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I need a side stand to shorten, any body have one .
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Old 09-19-2012, 02:40 AM   #5619
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I need a side stand to shorten, any body have one .
You could cut it to length and weld a washer on bottom. I did that before on a lowered bike and it works pretty good.

Or buy a supermoto kickstand from someone?
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Old 09-19-2012, 07:52 AM   #5620
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I need a side stand to shorten, any body have one .
When my bike was new and I had the dealer adjust the sag and drop the front forks a bit my side stand was too high. Found this out when the bike was delivered from Reno to my home. I took the stand off, sent it back to the dealer who cut out an inch and a half, (thereby preserving the foot) welded it back, and repainted it. The weld was very neat, after grinding, and if you looked for it you would be hard pressed to find it. Appears to be plenty strong and solved the problem. Clearly takes you of of service for a bit unless you can do this yourself, as some here can.
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Old 09-19-2012, 12:15 PM   #5621
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I can check with my dealer. Alternatively, give bikersjersey.com a shout. Know they've shipped to Asia without problem before.
Just for anyone's info on those roller rockers, I ordered an exhaust rocker from KTMWorld.com a couple weeks back, and they gave me the same quote of late October, but I just got my shipped invoice today...
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Old 09-19-2012, 12:53 PM   #5622
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+1 to KTM World- Good prices and in my experience the parts availability for KTM oem parts is excellent. And they sell a lot of 690's locally, so they seem to be know what to keep on hand.

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Just for anyone's info on those roller rockers, I ordered an exhaust rocker from KTMWorld.com a couple weeks back, and they gave me the same quote of late October, but I just got my shipped invoice today...
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Old 09-19-2012, 07:48 PM   #5623
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+1 to KTM world as well
Parts in stock, decent pricing, knowledgable and prompt shipping.
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Old 09-20-2012, 04:36 AM   #5624
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You could cut it to length and weld a washer on bottom. I did that before on a lowered bike and it works pretty good.

Or buy a supermoto kickstand from someone?
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When my bike was new and I had the dealer adjust the sag and drop the front forks a bit my side stand was too high. Found this out when the bike was delivered from Reno to my home. I took the stand off, sent it back to the dealer who cut out an inch and a half, (thereby preserving the foot) welded it back, and repainted it. The weld was very neat, after grinding, and if you looked for it you would be hard pressed to find it. Appears to be plenty strong and solved the problem. Clearly takes you of of service for a bit unless you can do this yourself, as some here can.
I want to find a spare to cut down in case I want to put the bike back to stock. I like it being lowered but the rear tire has touched the tank a few times with the sag set to 110mm. Thanks for the supermoto tip.
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Old 09-20-2012, 07:05 AM   #5625
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Just for anyone's info on those roller rockers, I ordered an exhaust rocker from KTMWorld.com a couple weeks back, and they gave me the same quote of late October, but I just got my shipped invoice today...
Wish I could say the same for my 2010 Husky TE250... Seven weeks without parts. Never a Husky again.
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