Husqvarna TE-610 Owners Sign In Thread.

Discussion in 'Thumpers' started by buffallodan, Aug 3, 2006.

  1. jobysw

    jobysw Adventurer

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    Apr 18, 2008
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    91
    Location:
    Texas
    I didn’t properly introduce my bike so here’s a pic from a few years ago on the CDT.
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  2. Baroquenride

    Baroquenride Everyone dies, but not everyone truly lives.

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    Location:
    Clark Co, Wa
    Got any pics on how you're attaching that Great Basin to the bike?
  3. BLucare

    BLucare Inmate At Law

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    Location:
    Green Bay, Wisconsin
    I used the passenger pegs when I had the GL Coyote.
  4. Baroquenride

    Baroquenride Everyone dies, but not everyone truly lives.

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    I'm really wondering about the rear straps.
  5. jobysw

    jobysw Adventurer

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    Texas
    I don’t have any pics and my subframe is off right now but I run the strap through my TCI rear rack. Once you have it strapped to the pegs it’s not going anywhere. Packing and unpacking is tedious but I like the way it puts weight on the seat.
  6. OVERLANDLLAMA

    OVERLANDLLAMA Adventurer

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    16
    Location:
    Colorado Springs, CO
    When I picked up my 08 610, it came with a Husky stickered X2 fairing/halogen light that's fine for me except that low beam is dismal. I picked up another NIB X2 setup with LEDs and planned to just swap them out but the new one was an even lighter shade of red... almost orange. So, new lights were transferred to old X2 and everything is now installed. The lights are super bright... maybe too bright for the low beam. It's directionally adjustable but there's no cutoff of the beam pattern like a DOT light usually is. I have slight concerns but will just have to see how it works on the road once snow and ice are gone. Hope everyone is having a great weekend. Orion
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  7. Baroquenride

    Baroquenride Everyone dies, but not everyone truly lives.

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  8. Hicountry

    Hicountry n00b

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    Oddometer:
    3
    Location:
    Sedro Woolley, Wa.
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    So here is my '08. I have done a lot of work to this thing. Found out the Aussies were using ltr450 pump housing for the efi. Works well but it keeps eating the fuel pumps. Last one I put in, started the bike every other day and warmed up the bike. Never moved it. After two weeks pump number 5 died. Has anybody else had this problem? Solutions. The relay still clicks and if I change the pump it runs for awhile. Thanks