January 3, 2019 at 4:37 pm #3103ceebmojParticipant
Has any one got a link for the work shop manual? I ask because I would like to remove the UK rear licence plate holder and make up a trelace style one and wondered if I would need to make up a spacer or see an exploded diagram of what was under there?January 7, 2019 at 12:21 am #3115SSR1Participant
Hello if you want to get rid of the license plate you have tho cut it and sand and paint the swing arm section on you will need new boltsJanuary 21, 2019 at 7:06 am #3225Nicke E.Participant
If you want to remove the number plate holder, replace it with a similar aluminum block mounted on the left side:
EU 60010084000 Chain Tensioner R/S LC8April 8, 2020 at 2:54 pm #28395FaNaTicParticipant
My dealer give me a Husqvarna reference for the chain tension adjuster right : 21010984000
Do you know if this piece have the grooves of the swinging arm because it’s twice the price of the KTM reference ?April 8, 2020 at 3:35 pm #28396FaNaTicParticipant
This part is the one included in the Husqvarna kit License plate holder support (21008915044).
If anyone had it installed, could he tell me if the chain tension adjuster (right) had grooves like the swinging arm or if it’s flat like the KTM part ?May 28, 2020 at 1:17 pm #29200brinckisParticipant
The KTM version (60010084000) didn’t work for me. Its to thin. The chain tension adjuster that comes with the Husqvarna kit works perfect. The KTM version cost me 14 Euro and the Husqvarna version 21 Euro.May 28, 2020 at 5:08 pm #29305Max KoolParticipant
They sent you the wrong KTM adjuster (the one you posted is a left side adjuster, the one on the right side is thicker). And I couldn’t live with that black adjuster they sent you next, OCD….
Anyway, this is the one that came with my Evotech tail tidy. Works perfectly.May 29, 2020 at 6:25 am #29328FreddeParticipant
I ordered the one for the right side from my dealer as well but still got the thin version despite them confirming it was the vorrect partno (which does not work with the nut not beeing open on one side) so I dont know what the partno for the thicker version that comes with the Husqvarna tail tidy kit is. The alternative is to buy another “open” rear wheel axel nut from probolt or other manufaturer.May 29, 2020 at 8:44 pm #29341Max KoolParticipant
Whatever you do, make sure to use a big ass washer under the nut, you don’t want to screw the nut on while there are no threads on the axle close to the adjuster block…May 30, 2020 at 6:30 am #29349NampusParticipant
The KTM adjuster doesn’t work on the Husky because the KTM axle is shorter. The KTM doesn’t have a license plate support on the axle so doesn’t need the extra length.
The adjuster shown is the right side adjuster, left side adjusters are threaded and screw on to the axle itself.June 2, 2020 at 5:29 pm #29327brinckisParticipant
Im not sure about that. The adjuster I received came in a plastic bag taged with “EU 60010084000 Chain Tensioner R/S LC8” from KTM Austria. Is the adjuster you have a KTM or Husqvarna part or is it a after market product? Do you have a part number on the adjuster?
When you look at the exploded view and the part list is of KTM 690 duke it seems that there only is “one” adjuster. On the other side it seems to be attached with the axle. Or?August 18, 2020 at 12:18 am #31335CatalystParticipant
Husqvarna part number 21010984000 is the perfect axle adjuster to get rid of the rear tire hugger. It looks very similar to the left side, but isn’t threaded for the axle. It matches in style, color, ridges in the back, etc. I’ll confirm when I install it in a week or two, but this is The part.
I got mine through Greenland MX. 11 days to my door in the US. $24 for the part plus similar for shipping to the US.September 21, 2020 at 8:46 am #32169Tom GångParticipant
Catalyst: Have you tried the axle adjuster yet? I’m curious whether this is a good replacement for the plate holder arm, that I don’t need additional spacers etc.September 21, 2020 at 1:37 pm #32175CatalystParticipant
<p style=”text-align: left;”>Tom: sorry for the late reply. It’s perfect. No washers needed. It works exactly like we all want it to, and it’s the correct part for the job.</p>
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