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work progress :)

well, my Urban Enduro should be delivered in March.... in the meantime I'm "shopping" for the new baby, this is my lilst and is status:


- Zumo 660/BMW Nav. V GPS mount by Touratech Euro 10



will fit to handlebar bracket


- Zumo 660/BMW Nav V GPS power cradle by Garmin Euro 60 (Amazon)




- Folding Mirror (2) by Touratech Euro 26 each




- Seat bag Kriega Dry Bag US20 by Twalcom Euro 90




- Tool Roll Kriega by Twalcom Euro 26




- Forks seals Kriega by Twalcom Euro 23




all above already ordered,


still to be ordered

- Continental TKC 80




- Hands guards (will need the bike to try they will fit)

Acerbis - Rally 3

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or

Racetech Gladiator Alu

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I'll probably buy the official Tank Bag, need to "touch" it before.


Off Road foot rests





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Hi there ! With all those purchased gadgets I can't wait to see your new enduro urban scrambler ....is it possible to fit those TKC80 tyres on the new scrambler ?


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another piece added:

Splinde Sliders

need them to put bike on box stand

I wonder why Ducati never designed threaded holes in the arm for the bobbins ? They will be needed to remove the rear wheel.
I have various paddock stands and I don't like the type with a flat pad under the swing arm.
Just something else I'll need to look at.
 

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Check rc site, they are going to produce chain tighter with bobins... Dn't know whether will be better or not, I usually go to tyre shop change them, I need to lift rear wheels only to grease chain
 

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Hi there ! With all those purchased gadgets I can't wait to see your new enduro urban scrambler ....is it possible to fit those TKC80 tyres on the new scrambler ?


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I think will be enough clearances to mudguards, only have burocratic issue since tkc speed code is lower than irm tyres
 

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I think will be enough clearances to mudguards, only have burocratic issue since tkc speed code is lower than irm tyres
...I hope you solve without problems those burocratic issues as the scrambler must look awesome wearing those TKC80 tires


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I wonder why Ducati never designed threaded holes in the arm for the bobbins ? They will be needed to remove the rear wheel.
My dealer told me it was because they forgot, and that the first 2,000 bikes will have no threaded holes for bobbins, and then they'll be introduced. Presumably, that's how many swing arms the factory ordered before they realised.
 
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