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79 husqvarna wr-390 exhaust pipe
79 husqvarna wr-390 exhaust pipe
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79 husqvarna cr-390 exhaust pipe
79 husqvarna cr-390 exhaust pipe
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Husqvarna CR390 WR390 CR WR 390 Wossner Piston Kit 1977 78 79 80 NEW!
Husqvarna CR390 WR390 CR WR 390 Wossner Piston Kit 1977 78 79 80 NEW!
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79 HUSQVARNA 390 WR KICK START KICKSTART RETAINER
79 HUSQVARNA 390 WR KICK START KICKSTART RETAINER
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79 Husqvarna Husky OR390 390OR 390 OR Foot Peg Rest w Springs Set
79 Husqvarna Husky OR390 390OR 390 OR Foot Peg Rest w Springs Set
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75 76 77 78 79  Husqvarna 250 390 400 CR GP WR OR seat assy Husky AHRMA
75 76 77 78 79 Husqvarna 250 390 400 CR GP WR OR seat assy Husky AHRMA
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79 HUSQVARNA 390 WR FRONT FENDER
79 HUSQVARNA 390 WR FRONT FENDER
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HUSQVARNA (NOS) Spring Hook Tool 77 78 79 80 81 360 390 420 Automatic AE Auto
HUSQVARNA (NOS) Spring Hook Tool 77 78 79 80 81 360 390 420 Automatic AE Auto
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79 Husqvarna Husky OR390 390OR 390 OR Reed Intake Valve Cage
79 Husqvarna Husky OR390 390OR 390 OR Reed Intake Valve Cage
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79 Husqvarna Husky OR390 390OR 390 OR Swingarm Swing Arm w Pivot Bolt
79 Husqvarna Husky OR390 390OR 390 OR Swingarm Swing Arm w Pivot Bolt
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79 Husqvarna Husky OR390 390OR 390 OR Air Intake Box Airbox
79 Husqvarna Husky OR390 390OR 390 OR Air Intake Box Airbox
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Husqvarna 390 Auto 1977-79 Cylinder Jug , New Old Stock 82.92 . P/N 16-11-590-01
Husqvarna 390 Auto 1977-79 Cylinder Jug , New Old Stock 82.92 . P/N 16-11-590-01
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79 HUSQVARNA 390 WR REAR FENDER
79 HUSQVARNA 390 WR REAR FENDER
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79 Husqvarna Husky OR390 390OR 390 OR Chain Roller Guide
79 Husqvarna Husky OR390 390OR 390 OR Chain Roller Guide
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79 Husqvarna Husky OR390 390OR 390 OR Primary Crank Gear
79 Husqvarna Husky OR390 390OR 390 OR Primary Crank Gear
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79 HUSQVARNA 390 WR INTAKE MANIFOLD B
79 HUSQVARNA 390 WR INTAKE MANIFOLD B
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79 Husqvarna Husky OR390 390OR 390 OR Rear Brake Rod Linkage
79 Husqvarna Husky OR390 390OR 390 OR Rear Brake Rod Linkage
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79 Husqvarna Husky OR390 390OR 390 OR Brake Clutch Perch Set
79 Husqvarna Husky OR390 390OR 390 OR Brake Clutch Perch Set
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HUSQVARNA (NOS) OEM Shift Lever Pedal Rubber 69-79 125 175 250 360 390 400 CR WR
HUSQVARNA (NOS) OEM Shift Lever Pedal Rubber 69-79 125 175 250 360 390 400 CR WR
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79 Husqvarna Husky OR390 390OR 390 OR Right Side Engine Stator Flywheel Cover
79 Husqvarna Husky OR390 390OR 390 OR Right Side Engine Stator Flywheel Cover
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79 HUSQVARNA 390 WR HANDLEBARS HANDLE BARS
79 HUSQVARNA 390 WR HANDLEBARS HANDLE BARS
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fire put hole in feed line

*ilcancummins said: after riding home 1 mile after my bike started on fire(thread in riders lounge) the hose that melted through was my feed line. i hope i did not screw somthing up. is there any thing i should do or look for. i am working on putting har back together thanks for this great place i am learning alot. i would be totaly lost on most problems if this forum did not exist

p*mper54 said: Which "feed" line? The fuel or the oil? Tom

H*ustonCH73 said: if you're talking the main elec feed line then you didnt hurt nuthin. Just make sure its all insulated and you got no bare wires.

p*mper54 said: Chadd, I think (if I read it right) he said a hose burned through. Hate to see the breaker you have if you use a hose to carry electrical power. ;) Tom

*ilcancummins said: sorry oil feed hose from bottom of tank to pump

H*wg Ryder said: If you're talking oil supply line...if you rode it for a few miles like that...no worries at all. 90% of the oiling in that dang tractor engine is taken care of by "splash". These are extremely durable beasts and they can run on the oil within the engine for quite a few miles without any damage at all. If it were mine, I'd hook it back up, change the oil, and go for it, listening and looking for any signs of problems the first couple of local rides. If it seems OK, it most likely is and I wouldn't give it a second thought. Edit: I just reread your post...you only rode about a mile like that? Heck, no problem. But do change the oil and filter.