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how do you change brakes on a ducati 998?

This is a discussion on how do you change brakes on a ducati 998? within the Ducati forums, part of the Manufacturers category; anyone know? or anyone have a website source?...


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Old 12-02-2008   #1
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Default how do you change brakes on a ducati 998?

anyone know? or anyone have a website source?
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Old 12-06-2008   #2
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get a repair manual, it will show you :(
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On something like a Ducati 998, if you have to ask how to do it you probably shouldn't be messing with it. Especially having to do with the brakes. Pretty important stuff. If you can afford the bike you can afford to have a shop do it for you. Correctly. And it shouldn't cost much anyway. One hour labor/cost of pads should cover it.
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