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Discussion in 'Thumpers' started by dopra, Jan 14, 2013.
I know some have reported this solution works, like LukasM, but it definitely didn't for me. If the angle of the races and cups are identical, it'll be fine, but if its only 1 degree out, it will fail. There are details of what I did in my build thread, linked in my signature below. My solution evolved. It started out like yours, failed almost immediately. Then I went to sleeves in the steering head and KTM bearings top and bottom, and after some kms, the above noted solution, with Suzi bottom and KTM top. Good luck, hopefully yours will be OK.
Keep it up and keep posting pictures
Thank You for Your opinion, I will check bearings tomorrow.
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Bardzo dobrze. Lubię to dużo.
Greetings from California, USA! I congratulate you on your use of my native tongue, English; I am not bilingual, and so admire others who are. And thank you for the excellent photos of your work as it progresses, we all enjoy seeing "behind the curtain" of our bikes, so to speak (that means, seeing the internals of our motors).
great build. thanks for sharing
Next I do some stop turning?? How is it? handlebar left->stop, right->stop ??
I change original ring to new one, for new EXC forks
it is done
new rear sprocket and Michelin T63 tire
lower rider footrest
today I cat off some parts, not for me
new LED turn signal
I have got rear shockabsorber, maby will be good, I will try install this one
for the end I installed my old original HP2 rear carrier
Love the pictures and the updates!!
WP it is to short, about 50mm,
I produce with my Friend some parts
On the ground it works very well, we will see what is happen on the road
I have done, my it is ready
I installed Keihin FCR39 from EXC 520
engine guard, from DR600 Dakar
front fender (Rally version )
Acerbis tank - natural
I modyfikated seat, front it is standard, rear little bigger, for long ride
rear exhaust, Dominator, polish produce
GPS from HP2 (GPSMAP 478)
Loving your work
Thanks. Your bike is also good traveller
Sweet! You have done some very nice work! Mud building up is one problem I've seen with the low front fender. Do you have a high fender in reserve somewhere?
Yes I have, but I will test this one and I will see what's happen
NICE! Your doing lots of work,getting good results,its good you can build and figure out stuff yourself as you go. That should be a great traveling bike.