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Delivery status of the 2008 bike - Q & A, all else will be deleted

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I stopped at 10 West Motorsports after work and there they were.The new

2008 bikes you know those new Husky with the funny sensor in the exhust pipe.EFI leave it to Husky to set the new standard for performance and street legal too.

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If you Cali guys just can't wait any longer I thought I'd let you know. I just stopped in at the Fresno BMW / Husky shop and they have at least 1 TE450 and 1 TE510 available. They just got them in yesterday I believe and they are just now putting them together! :worthy:

Now, if I can just get my Early Bronco sold I'll be buying mine.:busted:

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This thread is discuss delivery status of the 2008 Husqvarna 4st bike.

All threads popping up asking & and giving status of the 2008 bike will be moved into here - there are way too many of those threads and a year from now people are not going to want to read all those threads to get the Husqvarna technical information.

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Fox powersports in Herkimer, N.Y. has two TC 250's and two TC 450's as of last week. The 250's will not last long.

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Word from Motoxotica today is that the '08 TE610 is due in the shop later in the week. Sounds like its the real deal this time.

I've had to pull my deposit due to circumstances completely unrelated to Motoxotica or Husqvarna. I will have to wait a little longer to graduate from lurker to full member of the Husky brotherhood.

If someone is looking for an '08 TE610 you should give Dan a call.

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If you Cali guys just can't wait any longer I thought I'd let you know. I just stopped in at the Fresno BMW / Husky shop and they have at least 1 TE450 and 1 TE510 available. They just got them in yesterday I believe and they are just now putting them together! :worthy:

Now, if I can just get my Early Bronco sold I'll be buying mine.:busted:

any Tc's that u know of?

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Got a email from Northern Colorado BMW / Ducati / Husky Motorcycles yesterday. No message just 2 pix.

My '08 610 :busted::worthy:

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I should have it home by the weekend. :ride:

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Noticed the inventory list & pricing in case anyone is interested - think these are all unspoken for:

2) 2008 TE250

1) 2008 TE450

1) 2008 TE510

1) 2008 TE610IE

1) 2007 SM610 $6499 + fees

2) 2007 WR250 $4499 + fees

Location

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TE610IE

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Thought this was cool - almost looks like a jack-o-lantern screaming....

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:busted:

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2008 TE250/450/510 shots

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They seem to be reducing the amount of stuff on the bars (lame joke)

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adjustable steering stops!

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:busted:

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Other Husqvarnas for sale:

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Other bikes for sale:

Big Bob special!

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Misc shots

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