1999 TE 410 Forks + Owners manual?

Discussion in 'Older Single cams' started by ontheroad68, Mar 2, 2021.

  1. ontheroad68 Husqvarna
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    I found a set of 1999 TE 410 forks I'd like to buy for parts for my 2008 TE610. Are these 1999 inverted forks the 45mm Marzocchi or Showa? I know they changed in this era. If they are Marzocchi, I'm assuming they are fully ajustable, including the compression stack, like all the other bikes up to 2006, it this assumption correct? The pictures in the ad I'm looking at do not show the bottom of the fork and more pictures are not available.


    Does anyone have a 1999 owners manual in PDF I can have/view?

    Thanks in advance...
  2. robertaccio Husqvarna
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    2017 TX300
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    92BetaZero260, 01YamahaYZ125
    these are what came on 1999 TE610/410 and TC610s

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  3. ontheroad68 Husqvarna
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    Interesting. That manual shows the rebound dampening on the bottom and compression dampening on the top. The Pic I do have of these 1999 forks clearly shows the rebound on the top, just like my 2008 forks.

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  4. ontheroad68 Husqvarna
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    I'm 95% sure these 1999 TE 410 forks will have the correct size adjustable compression stack (for my 2008 610), I was just hoping to verify before I spend the $$$
  5. 2premo Husqvarna
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    98 WR360, 1987 WR430, 1988 XC430
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    Sherco 300, 2002 KTM 380EXC
    before you buy know this the axles are not the same, that changed in 02
    as in you will need a different front wheel
  6. ontheroad68 Husqvarna
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    I'm only using the compression adjusters from the TE 410 forks, not the entire forks. I did receive them and noticed that the axle size is different. I took the compression stack from the 410 forks and put them in the 610 forks. Thanks for the heads up though.