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Old 26 Jul 2006
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This time it worked!
I´m very grateful to you Luuk. Just let me know if you need anything, i help you in every way i can ./d
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tryed it again with your hotmail adress the other didn't have enough room (it is 400 pages)
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Sorry to be cheeky ... I have just bought a KLE400 .. any chance one of you guys could email me the manual also ??

Thanx guys
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Manual? Road tyre = 21inch

Hi all. Just seen some Bridgestone BT45's at my local dealers in KLE sizes. Yes, 21inch front ROAD tyre!!! I used these tyres in the past on normal bikes and IMHO they are ok. Just need two sets of whels/tyres now.

Could someone help me out witha manual as well please?
Email is wobblyandflo@aol.com

Many thanks to you all, Richard.
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Sorry to be cheeky ... I have just bought a KLE400 .. any chance one of you guys could email me the manual also ??

Thanx guys
whats your email?

forwarding kle manual's seems to been my chief holiday thing, they must be realy hard to get. anny tips on longdistance kle driving? maintenace points?
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Manual.

Thanks for the manual. Just in time to service it today.
Cheers, Richard.
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service manual for kle 500

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still looking for a manual? i've got a kle 500 manual in pdf witch i can mail jou, just give your email adress, any travel experiences with the KLE? are there anny weak points? just bought one so verry interestet in your experinece
Hello
I have KLE 500 2003 and I am looking for service manual, is it possible to get it? My email is hsh@heinikoski.org.
KLE is very rare type in Finland too, it's very difficult to hear experiences fron other kle users. So it's nice to find this web site.

Thank You wery much

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whats your email?

forwarding kle manual's seems to been my chief holiday thing, they must be realy hard to get. anny tips on longdistance kle driving? maintenace points?
Should have added that to the original post .. rich@kissmetilli.com

Thanx guys
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Exclamation Help needed!!!!!

Hi guys!

Still wondering about KLE week points? Well I'll give you a strong point I had an accident at 80Km/h with a brand new Grand Cherokee that cut my face and I took it frontal without time to brake (only 2m brake) and I thank to those japanese who draw KLE frame. For a frontal collision at that speed it looks better than other motorcycles I saw at service. Only the body covers (those plastics - frontal and left + right are broken, head light, that tiny frame which holds the front pannel a little deformed, a flat tire, and the o-rings of fork and fork oil.
You don't want to see the Jeep!!!!!

Now I ask your help again! Do you know any site that has a parts catalog for KLE? I searched and I haven't found one yet .... I want to estimate my damages because on the hand of assurance ..... I wil not get all brand new parts .

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shit, you had the really offroad looking kle 400 with the high front didnt you? glad your ok. shame about the bike, i havent found any kle parts suplier on the web, not a really populair bike i'm affraid, but if i find one i let you know.
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Thank you! All day I searched the net and I didn't found any parts catalog with prices. Alll were with contact us .... bla bla.

Yeah offroad look .... blue color meets blue Jeep (offroad look) and than a round of gathering broken parts from road .

Thank you anyway.
I should pull some strings at service and put my hand on a parts catalog to share with others who may need. Because I see that the internet is not so full of informations
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We're not that rare... I've just changed my oil and I was looking at the 5L bottle of Motul 5100 4T I bought and lo and behold one of the bikes pictured is our beloved KLE 500.

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We're not that rare... I've just changed my oil and I was looking at the 5L bottle of Motul 5100 4T I bought and lo and behold one of the bikes pictured is our beloved KLE 500.
I use the same oil and I was stoned to see a KLE but I still wonder is it a KLE?
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Hi Luuk, would you also please mail me a copy of the manual for the KLE 500? I am in the process of purchasing one and would like to know all that I can about the bike. Thanks - Stever (mail address: stevesbike@ananzi.co.za)

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i tried but your email account is full, clean it up or get a lager one, the manual is 400 pages
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