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March 26th, 2008, 02:15 PM   #1
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Front wheel spacer width? 501E with SM wheel

Sticking my SM wheels back on for an MOT on my 2002 501e (replacing bearings all round on the enduro ones and neither tyre is road legal)...

Now I'm sure I /did/ have a spacer for it as there's no speedo drive .... and it's probably with the calliper bracket that I also can't find at the moment!

So, if gary grover doesn't have a spacer in stock, does anyone know the specs (well, how long, the rest I can work out I'm sure ) the spacer should be so I can make one up or get one made?
I've got a supermoto calliper mount that I can use from my CCM by the way, so don't need that.

(Btw, did try 'the doc' and searching on here, but couldn't find anything.)
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Re: Front wheel spacer (replace speedo drive) 501E with SM w

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Sticking my SM wheels back on for an MOT on my 2002 501e (replacing bearings all round on the enduro ones and neither tyre is road legal)...

Now I'm sure I /did/ have a spacer for it as there's no speedo drive .... and it's probably with the calliper bracket that I also can't find at the moment!

So, if gary grover doesn't have a spacer in stock, does anyone know the specs (well, how long, the rest I can work out I'm sure ) the spacer should be so I can make one up or get one made?
I've got a supermoto calliper mount that I can use from my CCM by the way, so don't need that.

(Btw, did try 'the doc' and searching on here, but couldn't find anything.)
Is the 2001 wheel a 20mm axle/hub? If so, Enduro Engineering here is the USA makes a spacer to take the place of the old mechanical drive speedo unit on the right hand side. I know the newer 26mm hub/wheels are interchangeable between KTM/Husaberg, and I believe the older wheels are as well.
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March 27th, 2008, 04:06 AM   #3
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Re: Front wheel spacer (replace speedo drive) 501E with SM w

The spindle is 20mm where it goes through the bearings.

Spacers are available - it's just that I really need one in the next couple of days!

If my local 'berg place doesn't have them in stock that's a good point - I'll try the local KTM place too, ta.
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i think i got mine from trailtech?

long while ago now!

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Any chance anyone that's got one could measure it's length for me?

The KTM place didn't have any in stock and I didn't get back to Gary Grover in time because I was busy on some other stuff - so it's going to be 'DIY'.
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Be useful to know, but I've now stuck my whole CCM front wheel and spindle in, which works ok so no urgency.
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