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1979 1980 Husqvarna 390 250 OR Front Number Plate Bracket
1979 1980 Husqvarna 390 250 OR Front Number Plate Bracket
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Emgo New Air Filter 14-20905 Chromed Base, For Crankcase Vent Filter
Emgo New Air Filter 14-20905 Chromed Base, For Crankcase Vent Filter
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Uni Filter Air Filter
Uni Filter Air Filter
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79 HUSQVARNA 390 WR REAR FENDER
79 HUSQVARNA 390 WR REAR FENDER
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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
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1979 HUSQVARNA 390 CR WR OR CHAIN GUIDE 2061
1979 HUSQVARNA 390 CR WR OR CHAIN GUIDE 2061
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1979 to 1984 Husqvarna AUTO 390 420 500 MAIN 1ST CLUTCH SPRING SET (3) 161279301
1979 to 1984 Husqvarna AUTO 390 420 500 MAIN 1ST CLUTCH SPRING SET (3) 161279301
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Nachman New Cargo Rack Set of 2 Harley-Davidson UHS Fat Daddy Hunter Vulcan Pair
Nachman New Cargo Rack Set of 2 Harley-Davidson UHS Fat Daddy Hunter Vulcan Pair
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Ebc Grooved Rear Brake Shoes Vintage Husqvarna 1972-1989 Ahrma MX Husky
Ebc Grooved Rear Brake Shoes Vintage Husqvarna 1972-1989 Ahrma MX Husky
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Uni Air Filter For Dirt Bikes Off Road Husqvarna All Models 1979-1982
Uni Air Filter For Dirt Bikes Off Road Husqvarna All Models 1979-1982
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HUSQVARNA CR250, WR250,CR390,WR390 1978 - 1979 -1980 - 1981 -1982- SHIFT LEVER
HUSQVARNA CR250, WR250,CR390,WR390 1978 - 1979 -1980 - 1981 -1982- SHIFT LEVER
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Husqvarna 390 OR Husky Right Engine Magneto Cover 1979
Husqvarna 390 OR Husky Right Engine Magneto Cover 1979
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79 HUSQVARNA 390 WR RH ENGINE MOTOR CRANKCASE CRANK CASE
79 HUSQVARNA 390 WR RH ENGINE MOTOR CRANKCASE CRANK CASE
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MOTION PRO TERMINATOR CLUTCH CABLE BLACK HUSQVARNA AE430 1986
MOTION PRO TERMINATOR CLUTCH CABLE BLACK HUSQVARNA AE430 1986
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Plexus New Protectant Honda CS65 XR80R Suzuki GSF Harley-Davidson EL HDST Vegas
Plexus New Protectant Honda CS65 XR80R Suzuki GSF Harley-Davidson EL HDST Vegas
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75-79 Husqvarna CR 390 EBC Rear Organic Grooved Brake Shoes - 801G
75-79 Husqvarna CR 390 EBC Rear Organic Grooved Brake Shoes - 801G
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79 HUSQVARNA 390 WR FRONT FORKS
79 HUSQVARNA 390 WR FRONT FORKS
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1979 Husqvarna CR390 CR 390 Misc Bolt & Nuts Lot ++++  Free Ship USA
1979 Husqvarna CR390 CR 390 Misc Bolt & Nuts Lot ++++ Free Ship USA
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1979 Husqvarna CR390 CR 390 Front Brake Lever   Free Ship USA
1979 Husqvarna CR390 CR 390 Front Brake Lever Free Ship USA
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JT RACING KABLE KEEP Vintage Motocross AHRMA RM YZ CR
JT RACING KABLE KEEP Vintage Motocross AHRMA RM YZ CR
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1976 Husqvarna Husky chain guide 250 390 CR WR OR ML frame AHRMA OEM 76 77 79
1976 Husqvarna Husky chain guide 250 390 CR WR OR ML frame AHRMA OEM 76 77 79
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Related 79 HUSQVARNA 390 information

Tank swap....

Rst*rgis said: Are flat sides and fat bobs one in the same? If they are not do they use the same mounts? Size is 3.5 vs 5 gallons correct?

d*c68 said: flat sides mount different and require changing mounts. sometimes fitting the dash takes a little effort. i change most shovels i work on to flatsides. no more mount breaking, late model screw in caps, and lots of room between them for wiring. they come either size.

b*kerlaw said: Yeah, like Doc said, they are totally different. But with the simple mounting kit the swap is a breeze. I was stunned at how frick'en much better the Flatside's mount up to the bike than the Fatbobs. I needed a new dash also. I could not use the stock stuff as they need spacers to sit much taller on the frame. But I recomend the swap to anyone whose tired of busting the fatbobs like I was. V-Twin, Jireh and JP all sell the kit. And the beauty is now your tanks will be rubber mounted.

Rst*rgis said: Thanks guys I was thinking of going to the flatsides for the build I was working on. The frame has no mounts at all on the backbone. Does anyone sell flatside mounts that you can weld on?

D*adcarny said: mounts are available from almost all the aftermarket suppliers.

C*rey said: I mounted tanks off my 99 softail on my FX build using a kit from Zodiac...I'm not a big fan of Zodiacs parts range but those kits are really good. Easy to fit, strong no mess no fuss Running a 93" I figured rubber mounting would be a better way to go...I'm also running a modified 99' dash with a mechanical speedo, it was an easy mod on the rounding table on a mill...don't know if that helps but good luck Cheers

sh*vel4life said: OK dumb question what's a flat side and how does it differ other than the mounting and caps?

D*adcarny said: the mounting is completely different on the flatsides, and there are rubber isolators to keep vibration down. It all equals less broken tabs and tanks that are always tight!they are called flatsides because the inside (the part in the seperation) is flat.

r*ndallwhitman said: I'm pretty sure that the flatsides only came on softails. Fatbobs are four speed frame tanks. The flatsides are made of much thicker steel, and the way they are mounted makes them more or less bullet proof. Shovel stockers crack and leak over time unless you're an absolute genius wrench.

sh*vel4life said: Thanks guys, guess I'll have to put that on my wish-list. By the way if I'm looking at swap meets or something what year or type bike would they come off of? Sorry to steal the thread I'm done.

r*ndallwhitman said: Softail.....any year up until they started using a one piece tank on the softies.

sh*vel4life said: Thanks man

C*rey said: yep all 84 - 99 softail tanks should do the trick

FX*r said: Until u pull the trigger on the flatsides, install rubber washers on the back to studs on your tanks, just snug them down good after tightening up the top and bottom on the front. Makes a big difference to torque sequence as to how long your tanks last. The tabs on the rear like to dig into some tanks. That's where the rubber spacers come in. Always blue loctite all nuts. The fatbob lover:)

*JSHOVEL said: I agree with flatsides being a better design, but there is a better way to modify your fatbobs, particularly if there's nothing wrong with your original tanks, and most important, it's much cheaper. Weld a big washer (1"- 1 1/4") not sure which, on those troublesome inside mounting bosses. Really sturdies it up.....never had one crack yet and it doesn't even mess up your paint job. You should, however, reseal them. I also use the rubber washer trick. Good Luck, AJ