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How much oil do i put in my husqvarna huskey boy for it doesnt say on the caseing

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You have posted in the category for small electrical appliances, such as the Husqvarna Viking 1 sewing machine.

Since the Husky Boy is a motor bike, the category for motors may be of more help.

You may also be able to get this info from a bike dealer.

Posted on May 02, 2010

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