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October 31st, 2015, 07:19 PM   #11
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I have a post here just a few months ago about the OEM 3.5x17 complete polished Behr wheel for $430 at KTM world. You just need to order it from the part number of the 2005 KTM 625 SMC.

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November 9th, 2015, 01:17 PM   #12
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I got my new front wheel in the mail. It came with a shinko slick tire on it.

Anyone have any experience on these tires? The bike will be doing more street running than track days. Just not sure how a slick would handle street life. I am in MN so the roads arenít the best. And I do quite a bit rain riding too. Anyone think this thing is up to the duty or should I swap the tire out just to be safe.

I think I am going to save for a Beringer front brake next session.

Otherwise, just need the Sprocket support, Cush Rubber, shorter kickstand, re-spring the suspension and I should be all set.

The Behr rear is a 5" so I think it should fit just fine. But it I end up having any issues I was thinking about swapping the Rim for a 4.25" Excel later if needed. I bought it simply for its cush hub anyways.

Right now I am in $600 for those two wheels. Which give me $400 to play with. But, Like I said I might invest in a Beringer brake later.
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November 9th, 2015, 02:10 PM   #13
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Excel taskagos are good rims. Are the spokes sturdy? Then I'd say its a win. Jump some curbs and you'll find out soon enough. The rims can take a pounding. The spokes will be the weakpoint, if any, for those wheels. No better way to find out than to RIDE!!!
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November 24th, 2015, 08:18 PM   #14
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The spokes are nice and solid. Hey, Did anyone look at the front hub's router mounts? Does that look right? Starting to think they advertised this as a wrong part. I don't think this is meant for a KTM.

Its winter here so I haven't had a chance to fit it yet. But I really don't think the stock rotor mounted like that. Which leaves me question whether or not the wheel itself will fit.

I only noticed because I was going to order a brake rotor for it. Now I think I am going to pre fit it before I do anything else.

Darn you E-bay. Heck the hub size even has me worried now. It was advertised as 03+ "Which should be 26mm correct?"but if I remember correctly the rub should have had a larger whole than the rear "At 20mm" but it looks like the same size.

Than again maybe I just have no clue. I've been sick and am loosing my mind...
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November 25th, 2015, 06:53 AM   #15
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The front axle should be 26mm.

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I found a sprocket support. He says it came off a 2002 Duke 2 LC4. And it has the part number 58310050044. Is this the correct part I need?
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Yes, that's the number
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