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Old 07-08-2012
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Convert Husky te510 to motard

Whats required to convert my te510 to a part time motard machine? Do wheels from older models fit with the correct spacers.

Please help
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No idea about older spacers. I bought my wheels as a complete kit and already set up so was a "plug n play" installation. I reckon you will need a new/shorter chain also.

I love my Husky motard. Looks 1000 times better in motard trim than as a dirt bike. Great fun!
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thanks i just got some new all black plastics for it should look a treat
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Here is mine. Awesome fun!



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yeah they sure do look good in motard
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Yep they are fun. Not the same but same idea. I didn't bother with an oversize disc as I don't do any serious racing. Good for the occasional mountain rd.ImageUploadedByTapatalk1344411503.521199.jpg
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I found this site the other day, there is some good info here http://motard-supermoto-wheels.sport...e510-te450.htm
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Whats required to convert my te510 to a part time motard machine? Do wheels from older models fit with the correct spacers.

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Myself and Ben from www.xpsa.com.au are currently designing a kit for my Husky TE510 2009

Looks like we will be able to use a ktm rear cush drive for it - he will machine up spacers for the kits etc

Get in contact with Ben via the web site if you are interested as his prices and service are the best.
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