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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 CR/WR390 WOSSNER PISTON KIT 1977-80 84mm *NEW*
HUSQVARNA CR/WR390 WOSSNER PISTON KIT 1977-80 84mm *NEW*
   $175.88
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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 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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1979 HUSQVARNA 390 CR WR OR CHAIN GUIDE 2061
1979 HUSQVARNA 390 CR WR OR CHAIN GUIDE 2061
   $19.00
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79 HUSQVARNA 390 WR FRONT FENDER
79 HUSQVARNA 390 WR FRONT FENDER
   $49.99
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Husqvarna Girling Shock Spring Retainers 1975,1976,1977,1978,1979,125,250,390
Husqvarna Girling Shock Spring Retainers 1975,1976,1977,1978,1979,125,250,390
   $23.00
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Motion Pro Throttle Cable HUSQVARNA CR390 1979-1980 & OR390 1978-1980  10-0000
Motion Pro Throttle Cable HUSQVARNA CR390 1979-1980 & OR390 1978-1980 10-0000
   $15.25
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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
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Husqvarna Girling Shock Springs 1977,1978,1979,125,175,250,390
Husqvarna Girling Shock Springs 1977,1978,1979,125,175,250,390
   $58.00
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79 HUSQVARNA 390 WR REAR BRAKE PEDAL
79 HUSQVARNA 390 WR REAR BRAKE PEDAL
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79 HUSQVARNA 390 WR INTAKE MANIFOLD B
79 HUSQVARNA 390 WR INTAKE MANIFOLD B
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1978-1979 Husqvarna AUTO 390 1st GEAR DRUM on Crankshaft Good USED 161265201
1978-1979 Husqvarna AUTO 390 1st GEAR DRUM on Crankshaft Good USED 161265201
   $47.00
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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
   $159.00
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79 HUSQVARNA 390 WR HANDLEBARS HANDLE BARS
79 HUSQVARNA 390 WR HANDLEBARS HANDLE BARS
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HUSQVARNA HUSKY 1976 360 WR SHIFT LEVER FOOT PEDAL 250 390 77 78 79
HUSQVARNA HUSKY 1976 360 WR SHIFT LEVER FOOT PEDAL 250 390 77 78 79
   $20.00
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VINTAGE  HUSQVARNA  HUSKY 360 390 CYLINDER HEAD CR AUTO GP WR OR XC
VINTAGE HUSQVARNA HUSKY 360 390 CYLINDER HEAD CR AUTO GP WR OR XC
   $27.11
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* HUSQVARNA HUSKY WR 390 WR390 VOLTAGE REGULATOR RECTIFIER 1979 79
* HUSQVARNA HUSKY WR 390 WR390 VOLTAGE REGULATOR RECTIFIER 1979 79
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Husqvarna CR WR RT Manual 125 175 250 360 390 400 450 460cc 1973-1979 - Repai...
Husqvarna CR WR RT Manual 125 175 250 360 390 400 450 460cc 1973-1979 - Repai...
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Husqvarna Swingarm and Side Stand CR WR OR 1978 1979 250 390 1980 Vintage AHRMA
Husqvarna Swingarm and Side Stand CR WR OR 1978 1979 250 390 1980 Vintage AHRMA
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1979 Husqvarna CR390 Cylinder-Used
1979 Husqvarna CR390 Cylinder-Used
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Letter to Perf-form filters

J*hnnyDK said: I sent them an e-mail a week ago regarding the specs on there filters and it seams like they don’t give a shit. Anybody knowing those specs??? Copy of mail: Information about your oil filter To Whom It May Concern: I need a better than stock oil filter for my Harley Davidson to replace OEM # 63796-77A. According to you fitment card this should be HD-2C even though it’s longer than stock. I presume that the stock length HD-2CI is the same filter just shorter? Before I purchase one of the above filters, I would like the following information. Thread size: Media used: Height: Diameter: By pass valve setting: Max flow rating: Micro rating: Burst pressure: Drain back valve: yes or no? Johnny

th*ys said: Johnny I guess they are to busy counting their money to respond to you email.

l*gnut said: They probably don't understand the technical end of things, thereby cannot answer your questions.

J*hnnyDK said: I guess you are right, to this day I have not heard anything from them. Johnny

s*lectedgrub said: You could try writting a letter like old timers way, even include a self addressed envelope for reply Sometimes big companys have expert spam/junkmail programs that just wipe any message it thinks is spam. Did you contact them via the website?, usually will bypass a spam monitor Other than that, fuck them. Pretty shit service me thinks

b*kerlaw said: Maybe a few of us might remember how well they treat our board members when its time to replace our oil and filters next time. The internet is a great "word of mouth" kinda tool. Neil

J*hnnyDK said: If the spam filter is set to wipe a massage with a header like “Information about your oil filter” then maybe I should try free porn!!! If I was in the states I would call them, but I’m not and I will not pay $1 a minute until they find someone who knows what they are talking about. Johnny

J*hnnyDK said: I will try one more time!! “I wonder why you don’t answer my technical questions in the mail sent 3/1 The questions can’t be so hard for you to answer and it is available from nearly all other oil filter maker. PS: I think a lot of the members on the http://www.shovelhead.us/forum/showthread.php?t=7983 (http://www.shovelhead.us/forum/showthread.php?t=7983) would like the answer too!” Johnny

M*talman said: Johnny How about sending regular mail? I almost never get responses via e-mail from companies, especially when I'm pissing in their corn flakes. It would be slower but indicate in the letter you received no response from e-mail.

M*talman said: Just got another idea, post a copy of the letter here and maybe if 40 or 50 Shovelhead members e-mail them the same damn letter they will get the idea .

sm*ldrn said: They'll probably just write ya back & tell ya their filter is good enough to catch large rocks and small possums. Keep on using it.

J*hnnyDK said: Just got another idea, post a copy of the letter here and maybe if 40 or 50 Shovelhead members e-mail them the same damn letter they will get the idea . I just did that, posted a copy of the second letter together with the first. Now high lighted First. Copy of mail: Head line: Information about your oil filter To Whom It May Concern: I need a better than stock oil filter for my Harley Davidson to replace OEM # 63796-77A. According to you fitment card this should be HD-2C even though it’s longer than stock. I presume that the stock length HD-2CI is the same filter just shorter? Before I purchase one of the above filters, I would like the following information. Thread size: Media used: Height: Diameter: By pass valve setting: Max flow rating: Micro rating: Burst pressure: Drain back valve: yes or no? Johnny (including my address in the mail to them) Second. Head line: “I wonder why you don’t answer my technical questions in the mail sent 3/1 The questions can’t be so hard for you to answer and it is available from nearly all other oil filter maker. PS: I think a lot of the members on the http://www.shovelhead.us/forum/showthread.php?t=7983 (http://www.shovelhead.us/forum/showthread.php?t=7983) would like the answer too!” Johnny I know the second mail is “with an attitude” but in my opinion; if a company got an e-mail address on there website, they better check that e-mail or they don’t give a shit about the power the internet have now or days. A business week or two would be okay before the answer is send but they should answer it. The information should be on there website but that’s is another game. Johnny

rcfly*r said: Um ,instead of wasting all yer time......why not just use the filter?Or another one?You kinow how much shit makes it through the pump to yer fuel?Id be more concerned about that.The filter tech has come a long way since these things were built,better than stock for sure.I also put an earth magnet on the side of my oil tank,if its metal and magnetic,itll go to that one.

J*hnnyDK said: Thread size: 3/4 16tpi Media used: microglass Height: HD-2C 4 inch - HD2CI 3.5 inch Diameter: 3 inch By pass valve setting: 8 psi Max flow rating: Micro rating: 4-10 micron Burst pressure: Drain back valve: yes or no? HD-2C no HD-2CI yes Copy of mail: From: Corey Kimmet Tread size ¾ 16 pitch, Media microglass, Height Hd-2c 4”, Hd-2ci 3.5”, Diameter both 3”, Bypass both 8psi, Micron 4-10 Drain back Hd-2c no, Hd-2ci Yes, I will try to get info on your other 2 questions. Seams like HD-2C are the filter I am going to use. Thanks a lot! Johnny