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Old 07-02-2008, 11:13 PM   #1
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Ducati 848/1098 Steering Stem Adapter

Does anyone have an adapter to remove the steering stem nut on an 848/1098 i can borrow for an hour? Trying to install GPR damper on my 848 and i can't remove the steering stem nut without that adapter .
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Does anyone have an adapter to remove the steering stem nut on an 848/1098 i can borrow for an hour? Trying to install GPR damper on my 848 and i can't remove the steering stem nut without that adapter .
shoulda bought an OHLINS. took me 10 mins to install and all it took was a 5mm allen.
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Old 07-03-2008, 07:15 AM   #3
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shoulda bought an OHLINS. took me 10 mins to install and all it took was a 5mm allen.
That takes all the fun out of digging thru your tool box
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That takes all the fun out of digging thru your tool box
i like to live by the words of my favorite racer & friend Joe P... "keep it simple"
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Scotty77 has the ohms set up.


Can you fit a 12 point socket on it?
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Scotty77 has the ohms set up.


Can you fit a 12 point socket on it?
Negative. it requires an adapter that has 4 or 6 prongs on it to turn. I don't think there is any other way of doing it.
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