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I need front and rear sprockets for my 2004 TC450. Any advice where to get it?

Thanks

Salva

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I need front and rear sprockets for my 2004 TC450. Any advice where to get it?

Thanks

Salva

http://www.talon-eng.co.uk

Front and rear sprockets and also hubs or complete wheels...you can choose hub color , rim color and even spokes color ! the most strong wheels for any husky

and with a super bling factor: :mad: :mad: :mad:

I recomend that you choose TC450 2006 or TE450 2006 options in the menus.

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Try the Thumpertalk store...

http://shop.thumpertalk.com/

I thought that the goal of this thread was to indicate URLs of brands that do stuff for Husky and not the stores that sell them ?

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Carbon parts to replace plastics and also protections:

http://www.carbon-performance.com/index.php?kat_id=61 ( The best stuff !!!)

http://www.taliesinracing.co.uk/default.asp?PID=17 (im not sure if they do it or are selling the Centennial stuff like oil filter cover, head cover and ignition cover...please confirm if they do it or only sell it and i will remove it)

http://www.pro-carbon.com/scripts/zbozi.php?KID=56

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HM racing in england for performance parts for the 610. cr

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This thread should be a sticky! Anyone know where to get graphics for modern Huskys?

http://www.blackbirdracing.com

Only page in Italian is working...then go to HSQ section, then, download PDF file with all Husky sticker kits...they are very nice IMHO....both for blue/yellow bikes and red/white ones.

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The best good looking wave brake discks:

http://www.galfer.es

Site is c**p...online catalog is not updated...good enough to see importers i guess.

These disks are true wave and not like the new ugly (IMHO) Braking design like the one in Beta Enduro bikes.

PNs:

DF635FLW (wave Front float 260mm)

DF670PW (wave Rear float 240mm for the most modern)

DF885PW (wave Rear float 220mm for the not so most recent that use 220mm float rear disks)

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This thread should be a sticky!
There is a link to this thread someone put in the "sticky threads". I hope the "sticky threads" remain clean & uncluttered for ease of use. At some point someone should collate the info in this thread into a single post, then maybe start a new thread since this thread is a bit long.

Just a thought.

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Talon does not list sprockets, frt or rear for an smr510, nice looking wheels though. mike

Like i said, choose the TE450 option when searching for the sprockets...they are the same for TC, TE and SMR....

BTW, here is another aftermarket brand that makes sprockets for Husqvarna:

http://www.jtsprockets.com

They have an online catalog very easy to use...chose Husqvarna brand and put the other two options to "Any"...you can then confirm that sprockets are all the same.

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There is a link to this thread someone put in the "sticky threads". I hope the "sticky threads" remain clean & uncluttered for ease of use. At some point someone should collate the info in this thread into a single post, then maybe start a new thread since this thread is a bit long.

Just a thought.

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Yeah, a new thread is needed to clean things up and i intend to do it (but not now because 1st i like to see more brands/discussion in this thread), thanks coffee for the advice because i was refraining of doing it because it could be considered a duplicated thread...

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