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Thread: Husqvarna spares - anyone reccommend a good breaker

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    Husqvarna spares - anyone reccommend a good breaker

    I've a 2003 TE450 that's been getting a bit of abuse recently and has a few war wounds.
    Can anyone recommend a good / specialist breaker that either stands a chance of having 2nd hand spares or is able to source replacement bits at a reasonable price?
    Nothing major just the stuff that gets damaged when it all goes wrong

    Cheers

    Ty

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    Give Ellastone Offroad a bell for s/hand , that said a brake and clutch levers are Brembo and Domino so loads of cheap oe or pattern parts available, same as my CCM from CCM brake lever is £15 e bay oe one (ktm) £6 and same for the clutch lever .

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    Will do, cheers.

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    Husky sport in Cheriton used to be the importers of these bikes before BMW bought husky out, but they should be able to supply most parts though they will be new.

    The only other place i found good for parts was Ebay.

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