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Since you are Newbie I also suggest you have a look at a pure Husky site in addition to the illustrious TT. It is called Cafe Husky. It has a dedicated 610/630 page as well.

Good luck with your new stead. They do look sooooo nice and hearing great wraps on them too.

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Was at George's today. He said the frames are the same and his 610 skid plates fit the new 630's. He had a 630 in his shop and he has sent skid plates to guys in Canada who bought 630's a little earlier than they arrived here.

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Was at George's today. He said the frames are the same and his 610 skid plates fit the new 630's. He had a 630 in his shop and he has sent skid plates to guys in Canada who bought 630's a little earlier than they arrived here.

Good news that frames are same. BUT ... have gottta weight problem and am wary that a metal skid plate might be HEAVY.

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thanx to all your info..i will let you guys know how it ends up...

this is my first Husky in 25 years or so...I had a wr390 years ago..\

does that sound right???...

other question...who makes a nice rear bag....

not too big and not too small...just for tools and such....a couple beers..

and i think you strap it too those rear grab handles???....

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well i ordered one from George...sounds like a stand-up guy...same as the 610 but he added some cooling reliefs into it....he said he also has breakaway levers and some other mods he is working on....i am a modder so i am looking forward to see what comes out soon for this bike.i have the Vince dual exhaust on now and the race mode resistor installed.what a machine....

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  • 5 weeks later...
I've been on P3 to make 610/630 parts for along time.

P3s focus has been on competition bikes only... hopefully I can convince them in doing some 610/630 in Carbon fiber/kevlar

BlipBlip/HuskyRips

Is there a market for carbon parts on non-race bikes? I own a company and we make composites for the medical industry. We have CADCAM, autoclaves and the needed skill set.

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