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 Post subject: Re: New member - in need of some advice ...
PostPosted: Thu Jul 30, 2015 3:17 pm 
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Danke Gerhard,

I' ve seen them, find anything over €3.000 a bit steep (for a 27 year old bike).
Also would like to keep the mileage under 30.000 if possible.

Wil see ..... :thumbup:

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PostPosted: Thu Jul 30, 2015 3:44 pm 
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how about 6.500km but it`s a '90
http://www.leboncoin.fr/motos/826600795.htm

or (also not an early one tho)
http://www.kapaza.be/fr/motos/ducati-pa ... 975221.htm


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PostPosted: Thu Jul 30, 2015 4:03 pm 
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Both are interesting (pitty Menton is a bit far :shock: otherwise would like to see it 6.500 km :wacko: !!!)
Wil certainly contact them.
1 question though: I see 2 different types of standard mufflers .... what is the story behind it?
I only knew the Silentium ones (suite the Paso best).

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the cigar type is standard. There were three versions of it depending on the market. There`s a US/Swiss version, a Euro version and the race version that came with some Limiteds. The difference is the output diameter. (see the exhaust topic: viewtopic.php?f=9&t=2879). Then there`s the "modern" shaped silencer from the 907ie which sometimes can be seen on some P750 & 906. It isn`t clear if late models came equipped with it from the factory or if they were swapped by the owners.


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My 907 is a late one with 320mm discs and gold callipers but I've always assumed the ECU was a P7 :?

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Hi guys,

Well finally I've got my Paso 750 :cool:
It's a 1989 model framenumber ZDM750P*752140*DGM52055OM
My intentions are so get the bike in near new condition but that will cost me a lot of labour, parts and money.
I've started to take the bike apart but I already have an issue: how do I get the front wheel bearings out?!
The rear is not a problem: I can get easily get behind the inner ring but the front is very strange (never seen something similar) it looks like the "distance piece" (page 22 part 3 of the parts catalogue) is actually inside the inner bearing ring :wacko:
Can someone tell how to remove the bearings without to much violence .....

Also I have seen that the swingarm is seriously damaged :( by the chain partly as result of a completely worn chain slider (page 16 part 2).
I will have to find someone to weld my swing arm in order to repair it :mad:
Since the sliders are not available anymore .... has anyone a practical solution to this as I assume more people have experienced this?
I searched the topics but did not find an answer to this.

Hope you can help me :oops:

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Hi Frank,

Congratulations. For the front wheel bearings you will have to find something that is smaller than the inner diameter of the bearing and larger than the spacer. A tube or something. There`s no other way.
Regarding the swingarm I`d talk to the seller, he might have another.
Regarding chain slider check p.3 of the FAQs.

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Try Rudy in the Netherlands, Twello. He has a lot of paso parts in stock. I think he can help you with an used swingarm.
http://www.motofun.nl/
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Well come to one of best friendly ducati forum. :thumbup:

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PostPosted: Mon Sep 21, 2015 11:42 am 
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Does anyone has a cross-sectional drawing of the rear suspension rocker arm?
Similar question for the swingarm underside where the connecting rods are connected to the swingarm.

As a consequence of my rebuild I need to remove the old needle bearings and later on mount some new ones but although I do have the Ducati workshop manual I do not know how to safely remove those needle bearings. :shock:

The ones from the swingarm left side were easy since it is a single machined hole through and through.
But I'm not sure about those 20x26 needle bearing seats. :dunno:

Hope someone did it and has a simple drawing of the cross section ...... :phone:

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Guys,

Is there really nobody to tell me how to safely remove the swingarm bearings? :dunno:

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Haven't replaced them myself. Maybe this helps:

http://forums.ducatipaso.org/viewtopic.php?f=1&t=1685

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Has someone removed the needle bearings located on the underside of the swingarm?
Really do not want to damage the swingarm itself ...... :(

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