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1991 907ie tool set

OK Guys I am interested in the original set of tools that came with my 1991 907ie, I am not sure what came in the set from the factory. If anyone know's what was included in the original tool set please let me know-----I am not interested in aftermarket kits & I am not interested in what you think should be included in the the kit---Only what came on the bike when new. Thanks guys If you have one on your 907ie could you please post a picture of it and please list exactly what in there. that way I know what I need to find.

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A purist. I like that. I'm thinking that any Ducati tool kit offered in '91 would suffice or am I wrong?

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Please guys I need help with this, I cant believe that one of you 907ie owners does not have the original tool set that came on your motorcycle, I have looked online, in my owners manual & in my factory service manuals -nowhere can I find this info--HELP please

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You may want to search - or perhaps join - this site. This post has a pic of one a guy bought from Ducati, but even though perhaps "original" it may not be "period" with Ducati, hanging by a string in those days before the Monster and 900ss, would throw just about anything in a tool kit.

ducatipaso.org ? View topic - Paso Toolkit

I will check with my Ducati spy network over the next few weeks to see if anyone has an original IE. I agree with you, there has to be someone that can be of help.

As an aside, I have been looking for the same for my 750 Sport. Forget about it. Italy itself however is an option. You have to network.

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Another teaser....
ducatipaso.org ? View topic - Toolkits - again

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And on this site

https://www.ducati.ms/forums/369-pas...-tool-kit.html

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I can really understand your desire for original etc.

The funny/weird thing is that with my 2001 900Sie the toolkit was great.
The only problem was that it did not include the tools (Allen keys) to be able to get to where those tools could be used = fail.

Namely no Allen/hex heys to remove the fairing components.

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I am all for an enhanced tool set when and if you need it but I have a full motorcycle shop 6000 sq ft 4 restoration benches- and 6 lifts so for me the original tool kit is something that came with the bike so it should be there--Not that I would ever use it unless in an emergency. I am just odd I guess but I look at details and if it was in the crate when it was new--it still belongs there lol

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Tool kit is there for when trouble hits and your not at your shop .
One thing not in the pen one is a tire plug kit which should be included stock.


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already have a plug kit there --I have one one each bike lol

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