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Husqvarna 390 OR Husky Used Bar Throttle Housing 1979
Husqvarna 390 OR Husky Used Bar Throttle Housing 1979
   $13.16
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'78 Husqvarna 390 CR WR OR refinished rear brake stay AHRMA '79 '77  Husky OEM
'78 Husqvarna 390 CR WR OR refinished rear brake stay AHRMA '79 '77 Husky OEM
   $14.95
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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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HUSQVARNA VINTAGE 1979 390CR
HUSQVARNA VINTAGE 1979 390CR
   $49.99
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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 trans 5th gear 78-79 390WR new! 16-12-498-01
Husqvarna trans 5th gear 78-79 390WR new! 16-12-498-01
   $49.00
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HUSQVARNA HUSKY 1977 78 79 80 XC WR CR 390 CYLINDER & PISTON KIT RINGS ASY AHRMA
HUSQVARNA HUSKY 1977 78 79 80 XC WR CR 390 CYLINDER & PISTON KIT RINGS ASY AHRMA
   $129.00
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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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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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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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79 HUSQVARNA 390 WR SHIFT ROLLER
79 HUSQVARNA 390 WR SHIFT ROLLER
   $34.99
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1979 - 1981 1982 Husqvarna 250 390 430 Air Intake Boot
1979 - 1981 1982 Husqvarna 250 390 430 Air Intake Boot
   $29.95
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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 390 WR CLUTCH PLUNGER
79 HUSQVARNA 390 WR CLUTCH PLUNGER
   $34.99
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Husqvarna 390 OR Husky Original Footpeg Assembly 1979
Husqvarna 390 OR Husky Original Footpeg Assembly 1979
   $22.24
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Husqvarna 390 OR Husky Used Air Box Assembly 1979
Husqvarna 390 OR Husky Used Air Box Assembly 1979
   $38.04
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Husqvarna trans 4th gear 72-75 250WR, 75-76 125, 77-79 250WR & XC & 390CR  excel
Husqvarna trans 4th gear 72-75 250WR, 75-76 125, 77-79 250WR & XC & 390CR excel
   $35.00
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Husqvarna 390 OR Husky Used Original Crankshaft 1979
Husqvarna 390 OR Husky Used Original Crankshaft 1979
   $57.06
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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!
   $179.95
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1978 1979 Husqvarna CR OR WR 125 250 390 Rear Fender White 2nd's
1978 1979 Husqvarna CR OR WR 125 250 390 Rear Fender White 2nd's
   $25.00
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1977 to 1979 Husqvarna 360 390 AUTO SEAL Auxiliary Shaft Cover NOS NEW 161261601
1977 to 1979 Husqvarna 360 390 AUTO SEAL Auxiliary Shaft Cover NOS NEW 161261601
   $9.00
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Oil tank gasket question

Chr*s FLHP said: Recently after going for rides I'm noticing oil leaking from the cap on my oil tank. I have a rubber gasket on there now. I was looking for a new replacement and found out that there is 2, to choose from. My question is which one is better ? ebay has this one: http://i21.photobucket.com/albums/b252/nuyork1/gasket1.jpg J&P has this one: http://i21.photobucket.com/albums/b252/nuyork1/gasket2.jpg

p*mper54 said: What tank are you running Stock or after market, just might make a difference. Tom

*MFfxe said: I've used the cork one for 17 yrs. now no problems

s*lectedgrub said: Cork when I had one.

st*ck said: i still run the cork one..........changed it once in 30 years.

M*xicanHat said: Cork. They're a bitch at first (when brand new), trying to turn the cap tight enough, but after a while they seat just fine.

H*wg Ryder said: Triple ditto on the cork. I can't even imagine running a skinny assed rubber one on a hot oil tank and not having leaks prematurely....but I will admit I've never run one of the rubber ones (heck, I've never seen one for that 'til now).