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KLR650 KLE500 interchangeable parts

There seems to have more parts for the KLR650 >08 than the KLE500 >06.I am wondering if anyone knows what parts can cross fit between the two models.

Looking at the parts manual and cross comparing some items, the rear disc is the same while the front disc is difference by 10mm, so fitting a supermoto disc meant for a KLR650 is ok when my current rotors died.

I know the forks are mainly similar and was hoping to get this in:
Kawasaki KLR Monotube Cartridge Forks :: Monotube Cartridge Forks :: Progressive Suspension

Anyone had any luck with this on the KLE500?
Or you know any parts can cross fit between the two?
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There seems to have more parts for the KLR650 >08 than the KLE500 >06.I am wondering if anyone knows what parts can cross fit between the two models.

Anyone had any luck with this on the KLE500?
Or you know any parts can cross fit between the two?
Brake pads are the same, both front and back between KLR 650 A and KLE 500. Driver footpegs also fit both models.
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