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Husqvarna TE449&511 Protection.

2 years ago

Force Accessories have released a range of Husqvarna-specific protective products that’ll help keep your 2011-2012 TE449/511 from damaging vital componentry while out on the trail.

To start with, there’s a clutch cover made from 6061 billet aluminium. It’s hard anodized to reduce wear from your boots and retails for $195. It’ll replace your standard plastic clutch slave cylinder cover and extends to cover the majority of the cast clutch cover.

Radiator guards are the perfect way to prevent your cooling system from having a meltdown and will set you back $149. Considering it’ll cost between $290 and $337 (depending on which side you bust) to replace your radiator, we reckon they’re a good investment.

Finally, no protection upgrade would be complete without installing heavy-duty underside armour. In this case, it’s a single bolt aluminium bash plate that retails for $165 and is available in black or polished aluminium.

All products will fit both 2011 and 2012 TE449/TE511. For more details call (03)8710 4141 or head to http://www.forceaccessories.com.au.

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