KTM 950 H4 ring holder part number

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  1. christian

    christian Long timer

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    For the life of me, I can't find the H4 bulb holder on the KTM parts diagram.

    anybody know the part number for the plastic ring shown below - red arrow pointing to it.
    This is for a regular USA headlight with H4 bulb.

    Thank you

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  2. christian

    christian Long timer

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    Anyone??
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  3. slackmeyer

    slackmeyer Don't mean sheeit. .

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    There's a good chance I have an extra one in my basement, I've switched to a projector headlight in the stock housing.
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  4. christian

    christian Long timer

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    Really? I'd be really interested.
    Thank you
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  5. slackmeyer

    slackmeyer Don't mean sheeit. .

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    I'll look when I get home tonight, about to go to work today.
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  6. crazyinp

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    Was anyone able to figure out the PN for this part? I need one too.
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  7. Boatman

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    Not available separately from KTM. There are a bunch of other bikes that use the same ring but never heard of being able to purchase separately.

    What happened to yours? Seems to be quite few people looking of rhtme in the past couple months due to modifying theirs for installing the LED H4.

    I had 2 spares that I already distributed but now I'm thinking I should have held on to them.
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  8. rider911

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    This is probably the perfect use for a 3D printer. We'll all probably have them in our home in a few years but there are probably businesses around right now that could whip one up for you if you have the dimensions or the old one to copy from.
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