Discussion in 'General (Main)' started by Coffee, Jul 24, 2008.
Thank you very much for your business!
That is one impressive list of vintage dirt bikes. I've gotta admit- I've never even SEEN a Hodaka 250. But by '69, the 90s (& 100s) were the bike to have- well, 'cept for lacking primary kick starting.
welcome aboard. (btw, be prepared to wait for approval if you haven't been already... CH is seriously "understaffed" for the last 5 months).
welcome aboard. (btw, be prepared to wait for approval if you haven't been already... CH is seriously "understaffed" for the last 5 months).[/quote]
I have read that, wondering why it took so long to be able to do anything on the forum and now have to wait for everyone of my post to be approved.
I feel sorry for the only moderator that is active. And shame on those who have abandon their duties. If they don't want to do it anymore I understand but pass on the tourch to some other old faithful members to keep the forum vibrant.
And thanks for the props.
That has to be Clear Creek! Some day soon I will be back.
G'day gentle men Stephen here from Port Hedland WA, you will already know what i ride. In tyhe process of making my TE better for long distances and hope to do the garry highway in the not to distant future.
hey all..i got my first husky a few months ago. its a 2011 wr125 with a wb165 kit with alot of other stuff on it. great bike like it alot. still has stock pipe and looking to get 1 of wallybean's ktm 200 pipe.
Been away for awhile!! Numerous projects, built a new cabin in the Northwoods of Wisconsin, got a new
granddaughter, sold the 09 WR300 and just bought a new TE300......a leftover 015.
Back in the saddle.......looking forward to warm weather and riding this summer!
Yea, you know whats up...wink wink
New to huskys
Posted my first bike in the vintage section. Looking forward to learning from everyone here
I apologize for being a geology geek - the file posted below is from an introductory geology course textbook I used in the past. It presents the facts about chrysotile asbestos, which is the type of asbestos at Clear Creek. The write up presents information those who rode Clear Creek have probably known for years.
No need to apologize, lays it out there clear cut, thanks for sharing!
I am in my third husky
1st 2009 TE250
2nd 2011 TE250
This is my newest
Got a few things now
BIB Mousse (front and rear)
Best Dual Sports Muffler End Cap
Tusk blue chain adjuster
Tusk rear disc brake guard
Tusk blue oil fill plug
Race Tech suspension (front and rear)
Motion Pro Bleeders
SS Oil Filter
Would be keen to see what you are planning I have TE511 2011 and I am looking at oil retention and then fuel range, awkard mentioning a lazy 400km between drinks in some places. Especially interested to know if you are changing the gearing as well
New to the community and Husky. Just bought a SM610 with street tires and have been working on getting her ready to ride.
Hello to everyone from Wisconsin! I am a new SuperMoto owner - last weekend I bought a 2008 Husqvarna SMR510 with 5400 miles. This is my first SM and my first Husky... My previous bike was a 2006 Suzuki GSX-R 1000. I figured I don't need to go 160+ MPH, so I sold it - and hello SMR510!
Welcome Kazi and I'm also new! All the way from the Southern tip of Africa in a small town called Mossel bay, South Africa.
Just bought a 2013 TR 650 Terra and I can only benefit from the content of this great forum!!
Hi, I'm Dave and didn't know where else to post this but... It might be of interest to some of you. It's an official Husqvarna BMX bike made in the late 70's.... check out the pic!
Picked up a `08 SM610 with 6k miles on it a couple of weeks ago. New to Husqvarna Motorcycles, owned many Japanese bikes though. Liking it so far!
New to the enduro scene and recently bought myself a 2008 TE510 to do the occasional enduro race and green laning.