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Hello

I've mounted a Classic rear mudguard on my Desert Sled. It's really easy !
It took me longer to polish the mudguard than installing it. I just needed to drill a new 6 mm hole in the plate mount, 1 cm near the original one backward direction, so the mudguard can be secured on the plate mount.

And now, my DS really goes Desert Sled Classic :)



 

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What is that square teal-color thing mounted on the side of your fork?
In France, you must display a proof for your bike insurance. It's a green square paper with the name of the company, contract id and the registration id for the bike. This metal square is there to display this small paper.
 

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Hey, you guys who've bought the Classic rear fender, how much did you pay for it?

I saw one hanging in a Ducati shop today and the price tag was $350, ouch! That'a a lot of coin for a small aluminum fender. But I totally agree it's the "right" fender for the Sled. I really wish Ducati offered the same fender in white plastic.
 

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That's a kit Dan, it includes the fender and rear subframe. Smifff has a front and rear set for sale, you'll see what I mean:

http://www.scramblerforum.com/threa...-and-tail-light-mount-new-never-fitted.26249/

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Gotcha,

I have seen just the 2 fenders listed for $380 in many places online.

I was in the Santa Barbara Dealer yesterday and they had the rear only hanging on the wall tagged at $350.

All I need for the Sled is the rear fender, but $350 for a fender is still $$$. I think I can get a discount from the dealer I bought the bike from as I'm a member of their sponsored Ducati owner's club and they offer a 20% discount on parts for members. I will see what their price is for a rear fender only.
 

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A follow up on the Classic rear fender.

The part number for the rear fender alone is 56510811AB and I've found it for around $125 on a UK Ducati site.

I will check with my local dealer tomorrow to see what my price would be from them.
 

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A little follow up on the Classic rear fender.

I dropped by the dealership today. Their best price with my owner's club discount is $175 +tax, $188 here in Ventura county SoCal.

I created an account on Startwin (they are in the Netherlands) to see how their price worked out. It turned out shipping was 50 Euros so 127 + 50 (no tax for us) the total when converted was $218, which btw way is MSRP for it here.

The other shop in the UK didn't have it in stock and I "suspect" once stock is updated the price will also, but I haven't tried to contact them to verify yet.

I scanned fleabay and didn't find anything remotely interesting and I haven't turned up much else on the web. So far then it looks like my local dealership is the best price for me.
 
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