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HUSQVARNA HUSKY CR 390 77 78 79 FOOTPEGS FOOT PEGS RESTS 250 360 430 500 82 83
HUSQVARNA HUSKY CR 390 77 78 79 FOOTPEGS FOOT PEGS RESTS 250 360 430 500 82 83
   $19.00
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HUSQVARNA CR250,CR390,CR500,WR250,WR390,WR500 1978,1979,1980,1981, FENDER MOUNTS
HUSQVARNA CR250,CR390,CR500,WR250,WR390,WR500 1978,1979,1980,1981, FENDER MOUNTS
   $15.50
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HUSQVARNA HUSKY 1978 79 MM FRAME SWINGARM SWING ARM 250 390 AHRMA CR WR OR AUTO
HUSQVARNA HUSKY 1978 79 MM FRAME SWINGARM SWING ARM 250 390 AHRMA CR WR OR AUTO
   $29.00
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1977 78 79 80 Husqvarna 390 Wiseco Piston Ring Set_.06
1977 78 79 80 Husqvarna 390 Wiseco Piston Ring Set_.06
   $29.99
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1979 - 1981 1982 Husqvarna 250 390 430 Air Intake Boot
1979 - 1981 1982 Husqvarna 250 390 430 Air Intake Boot
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Husqvarna 250 390 CR WR OR ML frame rear brake stay AHRMA '77 '78 '79  Husky OEM
Husqvarna 250 390 CR WR OR ML frame rear brake stay AHRMA '77 '78 '79 Husky OEM
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1979 Husqvarna WR390 front forks
1979 Husqvarna WR390 front forks
   $65.00
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Husqvarna 390 OR Husky Used Original Crankshaft 1979
Husqvarna 390 OR Husky Used Original Crankshaft 1979
   $55.36
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79 Husqvarna 390cr 390 cr  gas fuel petrol petro cell tank plastic
79 Husqvarna 390cr 390 cr gas fuel petrol petro cell tank plastic
   $35.99
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1978 1979 HUSQVARNA COUNTER SPROCKET CHAIN COVER HUSKY CR WR 250 390 16 11 441
1978 1979 HUSQVARNA COUNTER SPROCKET CHAIN COVER HUSKY CR WR 250 390 16 11 441
   $59.00
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1979 Husqvarna OR390 Front Brake Hand Lever
1979 Husqvarna OR390 Front Brake Hand Lever
   $21.24
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HUSQVARNA HUSKY 1977 78 79 80 XC WR CR 390 CYLINDER AT 83.50mm 1ST over AHRMA
HUSQVARNA HUSKY 1977 78 79 80 XC WR CR 390 CYLINDER AT 83.50mm 1ST over AHRMA
   $88.00
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1978 1979 Husqvarna 250CR 390CR GP New Plastic Kit Husky AHRMA VMX 250 CR 390 CR
1978 1979 Husqvarna 250CR 390CR GP New Plastic Kit Husky AHRMA VMX 250 CR 390 CR
   $124.95
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1979 HUSQVARNA 390 CR WR OR CHAIN GUIDE 2061
1979 HUSQVARNA 390 CR WR OR CHAIN GUIDE 2061
   $19.00
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Husqvarna 1977 - 1979 390 OVERHAUL GASKET SET 161980501 390 77/78/79
Husqvarna 1977 - 1979 390 OVERHAUL GASKET SET 161980501 390 77/78/79
   $78.00
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Uni Air Filter Husqvarna WR430 CR430 CR250 CR390 WR125 CR125 OR390 XC430 WR250
Uni Air Filter Husqvarna WR430 CR430 CR250 CR390 WR125 CR125 OR390 XC430 WR250
   $29.69
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Husqvarna 390 OR Husky Original Footpeg Assembly 1979
Husqvarna 390 OR Husky Original Footpeg Assembly 1979
   $24.90
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HUSQVARNA Brochure 390CR 250CR 1978 1979 VMX Sales Motocross Catalog REPRO
HUSQVARNA Brochure 390CR 250CR 1978 1979 VMX Sales Motocross Catalog REPRO
   $9.95
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79' Husqvarna Husky 390CR 390-CR WR / CHAIN GUIDE
79' Husqvarna Husky 390CR 390-CR WR / CHAIN GUIDE
   $20.00
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HUSQVARNA Brochure 390WR 250WR ISDT VMX 1979 Sales Catalog Catalogue REPRO
HUSQVARNA Brochure 390WR 250WR ISDT VMX 1979 Sales Catalog Catalogue REPRO
   $9.95
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Husqvarna 390 OR Husky Used Air Box Assembly 1979
Husqvarna 390 OR Husky Used Air Box Assembly 1979
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Sl*bside Mike said: aluminum oil tank with the built in oil filter? Are the filters easy to come by? Are the filters effective in cleaning the oil? Thanks for any input. Mike

Gr*ybeard Bob said: Just bought a bike this spring that has one, but its steel not aluminum. It uses a standard 4 speed oil filter, lots of them out there. I guess any filtration is better than none. JMHO, YMMV, etc.

*nglish cw said: Hi Mike , my thinking is , 1 . there must be a little less oil in the tank that is fitted with a filter , 2. the filter in the side of a tank will lose less heat than one out in the breeze . But they are a nice tidy way to go .

r*ndallwhitman said: Seems to me that a month or so ago, a bunch of the members were saying that the tanks with the included filter are crap. I could be wrong. Randy

l*pe said: its a good idea in concept, i think, looks sorta smart, or catchy, But Mike, for a dude like u that dos actually ride, I personally, ah screw that, my op to u is. do not fool with it Mike. on a mech level. for me the list is long, Many have already been said by the above family. so no book by paul today. i vote no okay paul:D:D:D

Ch*pperkev said: do not fool with it Mike. on a mech level. for me the list is long, Okay Paul, I'm intrigued, let's have the full list.

l*pe said: Okay Paul, I'm intrigued, let's have the full list.-----------Product grin :p we go from there paul. OR if u run 1, and u like it, thats a Good thing:D:D

sh*vel it said: The only downfall I heard to having the filter in the bag is messy oil change; I plan on running a horseshoe with filter and am ok with a little mess. You can always remote your filter which a nice way of going....

Ch*pperkev said: -----------Product grin :p we go from there paul. OR if u run 1, and u like it, thats a Good thing:D:D Haha, I do run one, but I made it myself, it's not something I sell though. I'm serious, I'd like to hear all the negatives, I know oil is a favourite subject of yours, so your opinion will be valued.:)

Sl*bside Mike said: Thanks for the info guys. I do like the idea of clearing some of the clutter associated with a remote filter, which I ran on my '66. I don't mind a little mess when changing oil, hell I usually make a large mess! EPA would love me. I am not concerned so much with cooling as it is mainly an air-cooled engine. I live in the steamy South and have been stuck in traffic in 95*+ temps and the oil didn't go over 200. My gage is accurate, temperature measurement is part of my livelihood. I don't think much capacity is lost because the filter is full of oil and the one I was looking at was 4 qt. Paul, I would like to hear your reasons also. Mike

79 sh*vit said: I've got a Paugho horseshoe with filter on the left,it can be a bit messier but I use a plastic license plate (from like a dealer) that I cut an formed to fit an catch any oil. Then just a shot of brk clean to get the filter area clean,then just wipe an your done. As far as filters,you can get just about whatever micron size media you want but S&S strongly advises not to use a filter with a check valve or too small a micron filter as our shovels don't have enough return pres an may cause sumping/starvation ect. The only (an it's a big'un) bitch I have is that when I received the tank it had so much chrome flashing + rust/crap from the plating process that it took me near 3-4 days of shaking/cleaning an using an old clutch cable to rotor rooter out the restricted feed+vent lines that I will never buy another paugho made part again! What a nightmare! If I had installed it without close inspection it would have destroyed my new eng! Just my experience. Oh,as for filters,I've been going to buy one of those stainless steel one that are supposed to do a hell of a job and are cleanable for life! Not supposed to have any restriction issues an filter down quite small. Doug T.

sh*velbill said: my ears are open too Paul.......

T*nyVato said: The only negative issue I've encountered with this style Oil Tank is that my Jockey Shifter knob will hit the filter. Fix was simple... add heat and bend. Otherwise no issues.

l*pe said: Guys at all, honest. i violated one of my own rules within my post here. i am checking some vendor stuff, its possible an apology or a retraction on some points may be in order, and if so, U know i will. that is very important too me, soon okay i will explain. and KEVIN, YOU DAWG GRIN, u know i Know YOU grin. a tank Built by YOU sorta dont count smile,:p:p but i promised, will go There also grin later me

78sh*vel said: +1 on what 79 shovit said. The Paughco tank I got needed some serious thread chasing where the fittings screw in and you could actually see little metal chips inside the tank. Not that I'd ever put one into service without cleaning it, but still not exactly expected ... I've heard others say that having a battery surrounded by oil at around 200 degrees shortens the life of the battery. I never had a problem, but didn't really get enough runtime on the setup to tell if it would be an issue.