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    Default Husqvarna bits and bobs

    Flywheel. New old stock. Fits Husky 610.





    100

    Clocks. Deffo Husky.





    Low mileage! 100 each

    New old stock. Unused black 610 front fender with decals





    Serious offers invited. It all goes on eBay this evening.
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    You shall sell the flywheel to me. How does the cog behind it go on? I fear it is riveted on and I won't be able to do that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flynn2 View Post
    You shall sell the flywheel to me. How does the cog behind it go on? I fear it is riveted on and I won't be able to do that.
    Looks like it bolts on. You should be able to tell by looking at your old one. Look like allen head bolts to me.

    I have new camchain, rockers, followers which I will be listing soon.

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    I'm not sure whether you read in my thread or not but I am planning for this to be the Husky's last season, before it will be stripped down for parts. As a result of this, I am looking to spend a minimum on it, so I won't need anymore parts, you can shove them on eBay.

    I'll grab the flywheel though so that the bike can last me till the end of the season and I know it won't blow up mid corner!

    Thanks for helping after our little argument.

    Good news about the cog being a bolt on part as well.

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