Sold KTM or Husqvarna front 19" wheel with Anakee Wild. 690 701 501 450 350

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  1. dongie

    dongie Brraaap

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    Like-new front wheel using brand new OEM parts. Only used it on one 500-mile trip, and the bike has been on the stock 17" wheels since.
    This is the perfect 50/50 dual sport setup. Not as street-only oriented as 17s, and not quite a full on dirt setup as 21/18".
    The spokes clear the radial 4-pot Brembo caliper, unlike with the 21" wheel.
    It would cost about double to have Woody build it.
    701 front hub, 19x2.15" DID rim, heavy duty Buchanan spokes, 110/80-19 Michelin Anakee Wild tire.
    It will fit on many newer KTM or Husqvarna bikes with correct spacers. 701, 690, 501, 450, 350 etc.

    Looking to sell the front for $475 plus shipping.

    Located in Chicago for local pickup, otherwise I will gladly ship at a reasonable cost.

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  2. dongie

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    I also have a like-new Heidenau K60 front tire, if you'd prefer that one instead.

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    Who built the wheel?--
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  6. MotorcycleWriter

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    Wouldn’t happen to have a 17” rear to match, would you? Would love to have a set like this on my 701.
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    I do have a 17x5” rear..
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    Are you looking to sell them both, by any chance?
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  9. dongie

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    I wasn’t planning on it, but would consider it. Send me a DM if you’re interested in the whole set. I do not have a matching tire for the 17” rear, but that shouldn’t be a deal breaker..
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  10. Neonasty

    Neonasty Been here awhile

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    Hi Dongie,

    Would you be willing to shipping to Melbourne, Australia?

    I'm after a 19 inch front (and maybe the 17 rear) for an ADV set on my 701SM

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    I'll send it anywhere in the world, as long as you cover the shipping cost.
    Send me a PM with your address, and I can look into your options.

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    Neonasty Been here awhile

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    Hi Dongie,

    I sent you a PM under conversations a few days ago
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    Price drop!
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  16. ptc05ADV

    ptc05ADV Looking for adventure Supporter

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    Any idea if this setup (Both wheels) would work on a 2005 KTM 640 ADV?
    Thanks very much
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  17. dongie

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    With the correct spacers, I think they should.
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    Hmmm, okay well the theory is good....
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  19. dongie

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    I can guarantee the bikes I listed above. I know for sure I could make the front wheel work even on a 1970s Yamaha.

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