Spare parts

Here’s what we carry on Eastern Dirt 14. The original plan was to ship a crate of spare parts to Ulan Ude. That would have been used as a cache, in case something major broke down. In the end we opted to carry more parts on the bikes and be faster in repairs. Reaching Ulan Ude, we will have done ove 10000 km and will need to do an extensive service on the bikes. Several heavy parts such as chains and sprockets will be replaced, making the bike lighter for the bad terrain of the BAM road.

 

 

Spare parts per bike

Description

Part number

Quantity

Front wheel bearing kit

78009015000

1

Rear wheel bearing kit

75010015000

1

Sprocket support bearing

625060060

2

Sprocket support spacer bush

60110014000

1

Sprocket support spacer bush

60110012000

1

Sprocket support nilos ring

60110016000

1

Air Filter, HiFlo

KTM Twins

1

Oil filter kit

75038046110

3

Fuel pump

81207088011

1

Fuel filter OEM

81207090000

2

Fuel filter mini

N/A

1

Injector

75041023144

1

Rocker arm, inlet

75036060144

1

Rocker arm, exhaust

75036061144

1

Hand brake lever

50213020000

1

Clutch lever

76502031000

1

Shift lever

76234031000

1

Foot brake lever

7651305024401

1

Chain

D520VT2120

1

Rear sprocket 50t

584100510XX04

1

Front sprocket 15t

5803302901X

1

Front sprocket 16t

5803302901X

1

Fork repair kit

R14023

1

Brake pads, front

60013030000

2

Brake pads, rear

75013090000

1

Countershaft repair kit

00050000946

1

Chain guard

76504066010

1

Chain guide slider

TMD

1

Front spoke

75309073226

1

Rear spoke left

75310073217

1

Rear spoke right

75310173207

1

Spoke nipple

58309072100

3

Clutch kit

75032011110

1

Fuel tank tap

N/A

1

Spark plug

75039093000

1

Rectifier OEM

62511034100

1

Chain split link

DJL520VT2

2

Wheel bearing dust covers

 N/A

6

Fuel cap

 N/A

1

Fuel quick connector

 N/A

1

Inner tube, front

 N/A

1

Inner tube, rear

 N/A

1

Engine oil, RR Tank

MOT-PS10W60-4

2.2

Engine oil, fill bottle

MOT-PS10W60-4

1

Air Filter oil

D131

1

 


Group spare parts and necessities

Description

Part number

Quantity

Brake fluid

00062030000

1

Magura Blood

50302036200

1

Starter relay

61111057000

1

Handbrake cylinder repair kit

50313008100

1

Throttle grip

76502010000

1

Throttle cable

75002091000

1

Spark plug wire and socket

N/A

1

Fuse kit

N/A

1

Fuel line

N/A

1

LiquiSole

N/A

1

Loctite

N/A

1

Chemical Metal

N/A

1

Cable ties

N/A

n

Assorted nuts and bolts

N/A

1

Electrical tape

N/A

1

Gaffer tape

N/A

1

Grease

N/A

1

Jumper cable

N/A

1

Tow Rope

N/A

1

 

OTHER STUFF

As always, this is open for debate and all comments are welcome. I’m sure some of you will find this list too extensive, especially after all the talk about minimalism. As said above, we wanted to be anle to react to issues quickly, which in turn results in a more extensive spare parts set. What would you leave out and what would you bring instead?

By |2018-08-26T20:19:56+00:00June 26th, 2014|Eastern Dirt 14, KTM 690 Enduro R K13|4 Comments

4 Comments

  1. Akseli Kaakko June 26, 2014 at 11:15 - Reply

    Front wheel bearings probably last whole trip, never broke ones even heavy duty enduro.

    Spark plug cap, I have had couple craked for no reason. Light & cheap. Probably worth looking into.

    Second set of rear brake pads. Muddy conditions eat those up and you probably drag rear brake much more in slippery roads.

    Gel type superglue, will fix anything
    anything.

    Small multimeter and fuses. Light to carry and may save your day…

    Hope this helps, have a good one!

    Akseli

    • The Rolling Hobo
      The Rolling Hobo June 26, 2014 at 11:22 - Reply

      Thanks Akseli! Just added the fuse kit, spark plug socket and wire.

  2. Branden Hellman March 3, 2015 at 19:59 - Reply

    I love your blog and the adventures you post. You are a True Adventurer.

    Have you prioritized your spares or segmented what is “needed” and “wanted”?

    Also, is this currently the streamlined list?

    • The Rolling Hobo
      The Rolling Hobo March 4, 2015 at 22:00 - Reply

      Hi Branden, and thanks for your kind words.

      This was a list of everything we carried. For the next big ride it will be a lot leaner, as there was no real problems with the bike.

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