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Thread: Husqvarna 610 2 fettling in preperation to sell

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    Default Re: Husqvarna 610 2 fettling in preperation to sell

    Well yes, since this isn't a long term bike I've taken good care of it, hence why I wanted to change the cam chain which was the only major thing that needed.

    The closest it has been to off road has been a gravel car park😁

    I've only used it to commute and weekend back road blasts.

    I still take care of the bikes I keep for long term, they just get used harder!


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    Default Re: Husqvarna 610 2 fettling in preperation to sell

    Apologies. I do find it difficult to keep up.

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    Default Re: Husqvarna 610 2 fettling in preperation to sell

    I found another box of goodies. Theres a brand new cam chain tensioner assembly in there somewhere.



    New mudguard might look nice.



    And (imho) a new chain and sprocket set always adds value...



    New filters always a good idea anyway.


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    Default Re: Husqvarna 610 2 fettling in preperation to sell

    Bloody hell.
    If someone with a bit of cash laying around made these 2 an offer you've basically got a bike for life that'll never want for owt.

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