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Can I put ducati 999 bodywork on my 900SS?

This is a discussion on Can I put ducati 999 bodywork on my 900SS? within the 999 forums, part of the Ducati category; I love my ducati 900ss , but I'm not crazy about the looks. I love he look of the 999's ...


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Old 11-27-2008   #1
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Default Can I put ducati 999 bodywork on my 900SS?

I love my ducati 900ss, but I'm not crazy about the looks. I love he look of the 999's and would love to put the bodywork from that on my bike if possible.
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It won't really fit. The 999 has a radiator and under seat exhaust. The 900ss has higher handle bars. The head lights and mounts are very different.The bikes have completely different frames so the body mounts will not line up. And the tanks won't sit or mount the same.It will be a bit expensive, but go ahead and"customize"your bike any way you want!
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