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October 26th, 2017, 04:52 PM   #21
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Just a suggestion, things to consider before parting with your cash to avoid buying on a whim.
What's the intended purpose of the bike. Your skill level.. Your age. How much medical insurance do you have lol
Maybe a call to taffmeisters.. Can put you on track.
Will it be for strictly off road, or what percentage of x over.. Dirt/ Tarmac
Do you have mechanical skill levels.
If the keyword is fun fun fun .. Grab a 390 as fast as you can.... If you can find one
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February 7th, 2018, 08:41 AM   #22
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I use Midwest as they are local to me but I'd say Dave Clark as He used to be one of the main berg dealers
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Originally Posted by carbonberg View Post
I use Midwest as they are local to me but I'd say Dave Clark as He used to be one of the main berg dealers
DCR used to be the importer. but he got thrown off the job and lost dealership status in the "night of the long knives".

If anyone can support these people now it is me.

I am having 4 parts made this week.

kickstart recessed washers
crank oil feed nipples
starter mount brackets
I have had 450 liners made...stronger than the original

we have found a cheaper supplier for;
the polyamide bearing
the large woodruff key
the small woodruff key

we brought 30,000 worth of 1989-2000 Husaberg spares from Sweden as New Old Stock (NOS) last May in order to help keep these bikes running.

the main dealers don't have the stock anymore. If people support us we can afford to have rare spares made.

I would have 20 x 550 con rods made but I can't get the money back on them I don't think.

I have done 20 x 501 rod kits and I can't get a return on my money.

maybe a bit more honesty is called for...

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March 22nd, 2018, 01:53 AM   #24
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Originally Posted by Taffy View Post
DCR used to be the importer. but he got thrown off the job and lost dealership status in the "night of the long knives".

If anyone can support these people now it is me.

I am having 4 parts made this week.

kickstart recessed washers
crank oil feed nipples
starter mount brackets
I have had 450 liners made...stronger than the original

we have found a cheaper supplier for;
the polyamide bearing
the large woodruff key
the small woodruff key

we brought 30,000 worth of 1989-2000 Husaberg spares from Sweden as New Old Stock (NOS) last May in order to help keep these bikes running.

the main dealers don't have the stock anymore. If people support us we can afford to have rare spares made.

I would have 20 x 550 con rods made but I can't get the money back on them I don't think.

I have done 20 x 501 rod kits and I can't get a return on my money.

maybe a bit more honesty is called for...

taffy
good for you I was putting across who I use and Midwest always come up trumps as they were berg dealers and kept there dealership when Dave lost his in fact they put right what you did wrong on my bike!
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