when i ordered mine from ktmhutt they told me that the bolts were too short and included 2 extra longer bolts for me to use. they worked great, the go completely through the nuts all the way with 1-2mm to spare...
When you say the bolts are too short, are you talking about the ones that mount the actual dampner to the chassis or the bolts that join the steering stem to the dampner. I recieved my ohlins dampner yesterday and the chassis bolts have about 2mm clear of the nut but the steering stem bolts dont really look like they are in there all that far, will get some s/s bolts at work and swap them out for longer ones.
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I bought a 2011 65, previous owner tried to repair the front brake caliper and damaged it (bleeder screw stripped). I don't want to pay the $440 the dealer is asking, can this be converted to a Honda or something else?
My stock Ohlins rear shock is due for a re-build. Any recommendations on a good shop? I emailed Rocket Ron Racing to see if they are still in the KTM shock business but have not heard back from them yet. I also reached out to Ohlins USA and same deal, waiting to hear back from them.
Hello, Years ago I purchased a KTM 525 with several modifications done to it. Recently I crack a lower arm and bent a couple of heim joints on the same arm.
Can anyone identify this a-arm so I can order a replacement?