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Bikefrk sold his in disgust, and spits on the ground every time he hears the name Husqvarna.
Not quite true. I spit on the doorstep of Fast By Ferraci. No parts support at all. I am two years out of Husky ownership now so I don't feel that I am going to be qualified anymore about Husky parts or service support.
My local dealer went out of business because of himself, not because of any of Husky's actions.
I loved my Husky. That was the most fun bike I ever had for the street. I wish that I could have kept my WR400 and made that into a supermoto bike. It had hella more grunt than the Husky did, even though it sacrificed a lot of displacement. Totally different machines though.
<TABLE WIDTH="90%" CELLSPACING=0 CELLPADDING=0 ALIGN=CENTER><TR><TD>Quote, originally posted by K-T-M »</TD></TR><TR><TD CLASS="quote">I'm considering a new Husky SM for this year, anyone have any input? I have to admit I don't know much about the brand.</TD></TR></TABLE>
If you can do the basics like the valve adjustments yourself I say go for it. If you have a local dealer for parts support do it. Buy a years supply of oil filters from FBF and then you won't have to deal with them until you bin it.
Husky has some sexy bikes on the dance card this year. Bunch of tarted up tramps that like to be rode hard and put away wet.
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