My Side Stand Relocater.

Discussion in 'Vendors' started by charlie264, Aug 16, 2011.

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Definite Committed Interest in this bracket?

  1. 950 SE-R

  2. 990, 950 ADV

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  1. pchGS

    pchGS Mark

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    Have to add Charlie worked with me to get the sidestand to me prior to my trip.

    Comments:
    Part is HEAVY and by that I mean that is a good deal. It's stout and should fend of any offenders that want to take a whack at that sidestand area. It fitted up 'PERFECTLY' even with the tighter tolerances that you've spec'd. :deal

    One comment to those mounting it up. Be sure to get the lower front bolt through the side stand bracket troqued to spec prior to bolting the mount plate up on the bike itself. There is no room to tighten the nyloc nut supplied due to lack of clearance on the casting for the stand. This isn't a problem nor a oversight on Charlie's part just the circumstances of the new superior strength nuts/bolts supplied. :freaky

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    BTW I have a Slaven's Racing Skid plate and there were no issues fitting it with that skid plate.

    Good stuff, now off to Baja to test it out... :jose

    Thanks Charlie!
  2. charlie264

    charlie264 Long timer

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    Cheers pchGS, Give it a real good thrashing at Baja.....looking forward to your return posts.

    Charlie.
  3. iPaul

    iPaul n00b

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    I'm sold could you put me down for one for the 990 ADV?
    :D
  4. Shabbycabby

    Shabbycabby Adventurer

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    I would also like one to my 990 Adv 2006 if you can ship it to Norway?
  5. charlie264

    charlie264 Long timer

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    Forum members, Norway..not a prob.
  6. Peanuts

    Peanuts Long timer

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    I used KTM nuts to match the rest of the bike. These have a smaller head so I did not have that problem :)
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  7. charlie264

    charlie264 Long timer

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    As long as you use loctite/thread lock no problem using the KTM nuts, I can’t source nylocks any smaller, nylocks are just easier in the field and less likely to come loose. This isn’t a problem if you torque the bolts using the allen heads in the countersunk’s and a spanner before you offer the plate up...as per instruction.
  8. SauceSquatch

    SauceSquatch Been here awhile

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    does anyone know the torque specs for the 10mm bold and 8mm bolts?
  9. charlie264

    charlie264 Long timer

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    All M10's are 45NM and M8 is 25NM
  10. SauceSquatch

    SauceSquatch Been here awhile

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    Thank you sir!
  11. charlie264

    charlie264 Long timer

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    Got the latest batch in, orders were posted Saturday....<!-- google_ad_section_end -->
  12. WoodbneK

    WoodbneK Raisin AZ in AK

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    Installed mine today. It fits perfect and, it was easy to install. Just did a little Dremel toolin' to the frame on my 04 as required.

    Peace of mind is a good thing. Great Product.

    Thanks!
  13. charlie264

    charlie264 Long timer

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    Nice one. Thanks for the feedback, its on quite a few pre 05.5 bikes, any props just give us a shout.
  14. etingelefunts

    etingelefunts retem-odo

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    I've researched as many relocators as I can find, and this one looks like a winner.
    PM sent, hoping you have some left.
    Thanks
  15. SauceSquatch

    SauceSquatch Been here awhile

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    I did the relocator and skid plate, they are both quality items, I'm very happy with it.
  16. etingelefunts

    etingelefunts retem-odo

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    Does he make a skid plate too?
    I have the Weld86 installed. I also have the Weld86 relocator, which would be perfect if it were steel instead of aluminum. It continues forward and has an additional mount through a bushing to an unused hole in a very beefy portion of the case.
  17. SauceSquatch

    SauceSquatch Been here awhile

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    http://www.weld86motoparts.com/KTM-950-990-ADV.html
  18. charlie264

    charlie264 Long timer

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    Not the same Charlie as Weld86, this has caused some confusion. My plate dosen't attach to the engine at all but still has five fixing points and is made from steel alloy not aluminium.
  19. Grayspeed

    Grayspeed Adventurer

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    One more for the thumbs up for Charlies sidestand relocator. Here in a day, fitted in a flash, looks and works the bizz. Nice one Chas! :clap
  20. charlie264

    charlie264 Long timer

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    Cheers man.