Finally, KTM Factory High fender kits!

Discussion in 'Vendors' started by Don Lemelin, Apr 25, 2006.

  1. Teckhardt

    Teckhardt Been here awhile

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    Here is what KTM-parts.com lists

    High Front Fender Kit (Black) 950 Adventure 03-05

    Kits contain :
    1 x left and right lower fork protector orange/black 59001094000 04/30
    1 x front fender orange/black 50308010300 04/30
    1 x steel wrapped brake line
    1 x needed mounting material

    The part number listed for the fender is the SX/EXC fender not the SE :waysad
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  2. Fubars

    Fubars What would Scoobydo?

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    Looks great. I notice those 4 black rubber cable wraps. Never seen those before. Are they OEM, or did did you add those on?

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  3. woodsrider

    woodsrider .........................

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    Yup...I'd just cleaned her all up for the photo opportunity.

    The black wraps came stock on my '05 S.
    woodsy
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  4. katoosh

    katoosh Catch&Release Wild Trout

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    Just got word that mine is on the way from Touratech USA. That's a serious backorder. I think that kit is about $220.
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  5. Katoum

    Katoum Adventurer

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    I second that KTMax, I have yet to see pictures, as I want to see what they are using for the right brake line guide below the top of triple clamp. I've tried several designs myself, but have not been able to come with a really sano solution.
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  6. woodsrider

    woodsrider .........................

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    At this point, I still haven't seen an OEM solution in the flesh; however, ktm-parts.com is advertising a KTM high fender kit (for US$360 -- wow!). Here's a linky:

    http://www.ktm-parts.com/Merchant2/merchant.mvc?Screen=PROD&Product_Code=6000851004404&Category_Code=NEWPROD

    Man, that makes my Touratech kit seem like a bargain...:huh
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  7. FastEddieB

    FastEddieB Been here awhile

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    The "roll your own" solution using the parts below is probably less than $100 including the brake line and really no big deal to throw together (shown below with one rotor, I have since re-installed the right rotor):

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  8. retroone

    retroone Long timer

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    Yah! Only $360US!!!:eek1

    No problem if you are an Ex-BMW owner. Then you are used to getting screwed like this...:huh Speaking as a former member of the blue roundel korps....

    Better to roll your own me thinks!

    Pointman[/quote]

    I just ordered the the fender kit 6000851004404 and hope it will fit my 640.
    I still own my 1200 GS Adventure. So we will see if I am used to getting screwed like this or have the best high fender set up. One week to ten days. There will be pictures:huh
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  9. ducky950

    ducky950 Gnarly Water Fowl

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    Try Matto Cycle in Pottsville, PA. I paid over a one hundred bucks cheaper then you are quoting....
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  10. volbeat22

    volbeat22 n/a

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    Will you please post the part numbers off the r/l fork guards?
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  11. RumRunner

    RumRunner Sit there, turn that

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    Look up, FastEddie posted pics of the part numbers.

    DW
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  12. cal660

    cal660 cal

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    i have got one:clap
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  13. HomeMadeJoe

    HomeMadeJoe always wondering (mind)

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    Sorry to interupt, but what kind of tires are those?

    Thanks, Joe.
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  14. volbeat22

    volbeat22 n/a

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    I want the part number for the NEW high fender kit, not the 85SX home made chop job that I installed.

    I hope that the new OEM kit will look/perform/last longer than the modified 85SX's.
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  15. woodsrider

    woodsrider .........................

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    Hey Mikey:

    Check out these two links to ktm-parts.com. One is the Hard Parts orange fender; the other is the black fender. The part numbers appear to be:

    Orange kit part no: 6000851004404
    http://www.ktm-parts.com/Merchant2/merchant.mvc?Screen=PROD&Product_Code=6000851004404&Category_Code=

    Black kit part no: 6000851004430
    http://www.ktm-parts.com/Merchant2/merchant.mvc?Screen=PROD&Product_Code=6000851004430&Category_Code=
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  16. leadvegas

    leadvegas I want to see your uvula

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    More importantly their list shows the part numbers for the black and orange fork protectors. [FONT=Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif]5900109400030 for black and [/FONT][FONT=Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif]5900109400004 for orange (no pictures). The pricing index calls them SX/EXC plastic, but the part numbers don't match the fork protectors for the 85 SX at all. Who's going first?[/FONT]
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  17. StihlRigg

    StihlRigg Dog Farkler

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    I ordered a kit thru my dealer for $190 should have it in a week. I could only get black fork gaurds though. There was not a part # for orange fork gaurds.
    :freaky
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  18. Reformed DucFlogger

    Reformed DucFlogger Inventor Of The Wheel Mk2

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    deal. Every online search comes up with no description and a price (MSRP?) of $360.
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  19. Katoum

    Katoum Adventurer

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    After you order those fork protectors, let us know how long the back order wait is expected to be. Only your dealer can obtain this info from KTM. I've given up nagging my dealer on the subject. I would not be surprized if KTM is holding back these protectors untill the complete kits have been shipped and the back orders filled. JMHO :evil
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  20. ktmgeoff

    ktmgeoff Remember it's not a race!

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    The two things I want to know are.......do high guards stop the sand and crud from coming up through the forks and hitting you in the face and going all over your lap? And does the radiator or pipe area get full of crud, I still run standard radiator[GUARD]????:bluduh:bluduh
    Geoff.
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