KTM Ride Engineering Triple Clamps

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1/14/2019 12:45 PM
Edited Date/Time: 4/18/2019 7:40 AM

Triple clamps for 2013+ KTM with 22mm offset, with Bar mount, clamps and bar mount are $685 new, asking $300 shipped
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1/21/2019 9:13 AM

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1/21/2019 10:23 AM

Txt me 8458257828

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1/21/2019 1:22 PM

These work for 2012 and older as well, just have to run the updated fender/number plate

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Tomac and/or Anderson for 2020.....

1/21/2019 4:46 PM

What is the inside diameter of the upper and lower clamps?

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1/21/2019 4:53 PM

48 mm

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1/22/2019 6:29 AM

theycallmeebryan wrote:

What is the inside diameter of the upper and lower clamps?

48mm

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1/28/2019 4:50 AM

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1/28/2019 6:05 AM

ib753 wrote:

48 mm

More like 60 lower and 54 upper I believe. Don't quote me on that. 48mm is the lower tubes, not clamping areas.

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1/30/2019 8:57 AM

ib753 wrote:

48 mm

macz400 wrote:

More like 60 lower and 54 upper I believe. Don't quote me on that. 48mm is the lower tubes, not clamping areas.

This is exactly why i asked. OP, can you please measure the inside diameter of the clamps?

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2/1/2019 4:22 AM

ib753 wrote:

48 mm

macz400 wrote:

More like 60 lower and 54 upper I believe. Don't quote me on that. 48mm is the lower tubes, not clamping areas.

theycallmeebryan wrote:

This is exactly why i asked. OP, can you please measure the inside diameter of the clamps?

60 mm lower
54 mm upper
sorry for the delayed response

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2/1/2019 11:39 AM
Edited Date/Time: 2/1/2019 11:42 AM

On RE's site it lists 2013+. Does this mean the AER48 forks will fit properly? Can't find the OD's of the AER48 upper tubes online, and i'm not home to check.

Looking to replace the triple clamps on my Alta MXR for 3 reasons. 1, the stock triples are made from relatively soft aluminum. 2: i want to run a KTM/Husky front wheel. 3. I want to run the 2018 KTM front fender and front plate without the need for an adapter or modification to the plastics.

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2/1/2019 6:31 PM

theycallmeebryan wrote:

On RE's site it lists 2013+. Does this mean the AER48 forks will fit properly? Can't find the OD's of the AER48 upper tubes online, and i'm not home to check.

Looking to replace the triple clamps on my Alta MXR for 3 reasons. 1, the stock triples are made from relatively soft aluminum. 2: i want to run a KTM/Husky front wheel. 3. I want to run the 2018 KTM front fender and front plate without the need for an adapter or modification to the plastics.

Bro, why you stressin? Just buy These and run them already. Or, sell that electric toy of yours and buy an actual bike. ANYWAY, the AER is 60 and 54. I just measured mine for you.

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2/1/2019 10:25 PM

Solidkm wrote:

Bro, why you stressin? Just buy These and run them already. Or, sell that electric toy of yours and buy an actual bike. ANYWAY, the AER is 60 and 54. I just measured mine for you.

Why would i want to sell my Alta and buy an inferior "actual" bike?

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2/2/2019 5:51 AM

theycallmeebryan wrote:

On RE's site it lists 2013+. Does this mean the AER48 forks will fit properly? Can't find the OD's of the AER48 upper tubes online, and i'm not home to check.

Looking to replace the triple clamps on my Alta MXR for 3 reasons. 1, the stock triples are made from relatively soft aluminum. 2: i want to run a KTM/Husky front wheel. 3. I want to run the 2018 KTM front fender and front plate without the need for an adapter or modification to the plastics.

Solidkm wrote:

Bro, why you stressin? Just buy These and run them already. Or, sell that electric toy of yours and buy an actual bike. ANYWAY, the AER is 60 and 54. I just measured mine for you.

theycallmeebryan wrote:

Why would i want to sell my Alta and buy an inferior "actual" bike?

Spare me

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2/19/2019 11:01 AM

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2/25/2019 4:27 AM

Price lowered to $300

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4/18/2019 7:40 AM

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7/26/2019 3:18 AM

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