RADE/GARAGE kits and accesorries for Husqvarna 701

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  1. RADE/GARAGE

    RADE/GARAGE Adventurer

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    We now offer a full line of products for the Husqvarna 701 that will transform the bike from the very capable enduro it is out of the factory into a universal, adventure worthy machine capable of handling any terrain, on any continent, in any conditions. Our own trips confirm these parts work well in amateur rally events as well as on cross country trips.

    If you got any questions about installation, usage or experience - this is the place to ask

    Husqvarna 701 Auxiliary tank with air filter upgrade kit
    "Hidden" tank under the seat that will provide you extra 1.5 gal (5.9L) of gas for your adventures anywhere and reusable TwinAir foam filter for better dust protection.
    https://www.radegarage.com/parts/husqvarna-701-auxilliary-tank/

    Husqvarna 701 fairing kit with windshield and LED lights
    Keeping the bike's original narrow shape, yet providing amazing wind protection, better lighting and the rally look for your bike. One of the most desired accessories that is not only great looking but sturdy, practical (GPS mount bar) must have for adventure travel
    https://www.radegarage.com/parts/ktm-701-fairing-kit/

    Husqvarna 701 and KTM 690 Skid plate with tool box
    Protection not just for your engine, but shifter, rear brake pedal and even reservoir with space to store tools, extra tube etc. One of the best skid plates available in terms of both look and protection
    https://www.radegarage.com/parts/ktm-690-skidplate-2/

    Husqvarna 701 luggage rack
    Easy to install and convert from a day rack to bigger, multi-day luggage option. Practical features such as bike lifting handle or helmet hook make it a "no brainer" and bargain

    https://www.radegarage.com/parts/husqvarna-701-rack/

    Roll bag with a Husqvarna luggage plate
    Custom designed for the 701, keeps the bike narrow, yet allows to pack everything needed for multi-day/weeks trips. Easy access with wide cross zipper, fueling without having to remove the luggage are just few reasons our customers love it...
    https://www.radegarage.com/parts/husqvarna-701-roll-bag/

    Husqvarna 701 storage kit with upgraded air filter

    Under the seat storage with 1,5 gallon volume (12 pack anyone?) is based on the auxiliary tank solution and uses the same TwinAir foam filter with smaller airbox for better dust protection.
    https://www.radegarage.com/parts/husqvarna-701-storage-kit/

    Husqvarna and KTM larger and lower footpegs
    More comfort, better control while riding stand up and durability combined with amazing looks (multiple colors including Blue and Orange)
    https://www.radegarage.com/parts/ktm-larger-low-pegs/

    Husqvarna 701 Tank upgrade kit

    For customers that purchased the earlier 2017 version of our tank, this is upgrade kit that provides you with the improved TwinAir foam filter solution and an upgraded tank
    https://www.radegarage.com/parts/husqvarna-701-tank-upgrade/
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  2. dhally

    dhally Hammerhead Supporter

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    I've got the newer aux tank. The vent hose keeps falling off the gas cap. The hose barb is short and recessed, so I can't install any kind of hose clamp. Any ideas for a fix?
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  3. Yellow Pig

    Yellow Pig Allergic to asphalt! Supporter

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    A dab of superglue.
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  4. RADE/GARAGE

    RADE/GARAGE Adventurer

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    Superglue is certainly one option. However my own observation is that if you just press the vent tube all the way down, without wiggling it (the wiggle may stretch the tube) around it hold perfect.

    So I would recommend cutting the small piece of the breather tube that went over the nipple, pressing it down and see if it works (it does on my 701) if still not good, superglue as a backup option

    T.
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  5. Woundflatout

    Woundflatout Been here awhile

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    Is there an updated grommet for the overflow hose barb? Mine leaks whenever the bike is on the sidestand or when fuel sloshes around.
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  6. RADE/GARAGE

    RADE/GARAGE Adventurer

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    Hi Jason, do you have 990 or 690 tank? And how long... like 2Y ago and back we had grommets that after time started to leak. Than we let produce custom grommets for us and they work. Please fill in the form here and we will send you new grommets: https://www.radegarage.com/parts/

    Thanks Rade
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  7. Woundflatout

    Woundflatout Been here awhile

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    It's a 701 tank. I placed an order and added a skidplate! Thanks so much for your help.

    Regards,

    Jason

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  8. RADE/GARAGE

    RADE/GARAGE Adventurer

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    Jason,

    thanks! Packed today and we will post tomorrow.

    Rade
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  9. Railbike

    Railbike Been here awhile

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    I really like your line of products for the 701. Just curious what's the exchange rate ?
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  10. RADE/GARAGE

    RADE/GARAGE Adventurer

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    Hello, currently 1 EUR is 1,15 USD.
    You can pay via credit card or via PayPal on our eshop and in both cases despite your account is in USD it will automatically recalculate to EUR and pay your order.

    In addition, Paypal allows you to calculate the conversion prior to the purchase if you are paying from Paypal balance: https://www.paypal.com/sg/smarthelp...find-paypal's-currency-exchange-rates-faq1976

    However please note that if you pay via credit/debit the rate will be determined by your card issuer. We have no control over that. but usually it does vary more than 1%.

    Regards
    Rade
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  11. yo1lka

    yo1lka Adventurer

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    Any plans for the side soft panniers rack?
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  12. Yellow Pig

    Yellow Pig Allergic to asphalt! Supporter

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    I remember reading somewhere that you were planning an update to the 701 fairing and were doing to improve the light seal to avoid reflection back to the rider. Is this still in the works? If yes, when do expect to release the updated fairing?

    Thanks, Dan
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  13. Railbike

    Railbike Been here awhile

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    I really like your aux.tank /air box upgrade for the 701. But also like the storage box . Was wondering if I can purchase just the storage box separately if I buy the tank air box kit.
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  14. RADE/GARAGE

    RADE/GARAGE Adventurer

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    I understand - such combo make a sense. Send me and email please and we will give you the combo offer.

    Thanks Rade
    rade@radegarage.com
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  15. Railbike

    Railbike Been here awhile

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  16. RADE/GARAGE

    RADE/GARAGE Adventurer

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    It is still on our "to do list". Shortly our prios for the rest of the year:
    a/ in next two weeks we will list new parts for 701 like: CNC brake lever, mount for Scotts damper, Garmin GPS holder, brake hose holder
    b/ finish the stock of the 1090 RR kit and skid plate and start the sales in Nov
    c/ last fine-tuning of the EXC rally kit (only for 2017+) and start the production and launch in Dec
    d/ start the work on the 701 fairing in Dec (so the updates will be ready in Feb???) - but please get me right, as the Fairing works well, we will work only on the lights flash back reduction... we dont plan new design...

    Keep fingers X :-)

    Rade
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  17. RADE/GARAGE

    RADE/GARAGE Adventurer

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    No so far no plans for soft pannier rack... it was an option for 701 but after closer look, we decided rather to go for our roll bag instead of the racks and soft side bags, because 701 is quite wide in the back and adding racks and side bags would make the bike very wide. That was the main reason we decided to go for our roll bag:

    https://www.radegarage.com/parts/husqvarna-701-roll-bag/

    Cheers
    Rade
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  18. silverfox Racing

    silverfox Racing Adventurer

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    Hi. I have a 17, 701 Husky with the Rade tank. I am getting fuel fumes really bad from it. I am thinking it is coming from the gas cap. I put a longer breather on it down to the front of the radiator but no difference. It really stinks!! Is there another cap for them? Purchased it in July August, from the Australian distributor. Also, do you have a better pic of the rear bar that goes in? My side cover pins will rub on the tank if I push them in all the way, and it appears the tank is resting on the injector wiring in front of the cradle mount.

    Cheers
    Adrian in OZ
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  19. RADE/GARAGE

    RADE/GARAGE Adventurer

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    Hi Adrian,

    lets take it one by one:
    a/ you smell the gas... I dont have such experience with my 701, but I have very bad nose on the other hand :-) Please check visually the seal under the brass if it is ok. Other option you can try the "small acerbis fuel cap for KTM" it fits to the 701 tank too... may be it will better prevent the smell...

    https://www.amazon.com/Acerbis-Gas-Tank-Small-Offroad/dp/B0012TU9ZO



    b/ see the pictures of the bracket orientation and also how are my pins - there is still 5mm gap from the tank on each side...

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    c/ in the front the tank sits on the frame tube and than there should be enough clearance

    Please send me pictures your "trouble areas" to my email: rade@radegarage.com

    Thanks Rade
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  20. rogier

    rogier n00b

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    Very nice. Was thinking/ looking for standard ones like on the 640adventure or creating something myself. Brake hose is hitting sidepanel of the fairing and cycra handguards now.

    Now i’ll wait to see what solution you are working on
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