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October 20th, 2014, 03:47 PM   #21
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they were uploaded to the site gallery spanner. gallery no work

which one are you after ?
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Not sure Bushie, Maybe the 550 and the new 570 seen is a stout rod.
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ok I'll upload them lateron
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Might be good to toss them on the Google Drive thing as well, at least until something else is arranged - if only to have a backup copy somewhere .. ?
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October 21st, 2014, 09:18 PM   #25
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ok tourist

will do from home computer .. from my google account with big titties

in the meantime spanner here is the 550 rod

the 570 rod is 120.5 centre to centre with 42mm id big end
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Do you have the length of the latter 550. with the 42mm OD big end?
Not sure what I am looking for yet
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OTTOMH according to the doc the older 550 rod was 124mm ..

the latest 550 rod is the one in the drg still has 32mm pin

i'll send you the details of the 550 deck heights and liner length lateron .. i think i can see what the Spanner cad program is working on
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December 12th, 2014, 04:27 AM   #28
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I would like some dimensions of the
Big end pin/big end bearing for a 570 inside/outside diameters and width???
Maybe better to wait and meausure the carillo rod I have yet to receive before ordering the suited bearing so I can put the motor back together...
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There are some conrod dimensions on the side in the atalog

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Anyone know the sizes (big end pin dia, little end dia, length, and thickness) for the 2015 KTM 500 rod? The one with the pressed in plain bearing.
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