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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old Sep 16th, 2019, 4:48 pm Thread Starter
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2010 1198: Need help finding parts after accident.

Hi guys,

New to the forum. In May 2019, I bought a 2010 1198 with 2700 miles on it. The bike was perfect and I was stoked to have it. On August 7, while riding to a meeting, someone pulled out in front of me. I swerved to avoid hitting her and laid the bike down on the clutch side. Her insurance is stepping up which is good. I’m having some trouble finding OEM fairings. Any thoughts? I’m in the US.

Front fairing
Side fairing
Side lower fairing
Rear fairing
Mirror

I didn’t list grips, clutch lever, or bar end because I’m guessing most aftermarket options will suffice but the fairings and mirror seem to be harder to locate. I’m not interested at this point in doing any aftermarket fairings from eBay etc. Thanks for your help. I’ll drop some pics on here a little later tonight.
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Try Ducati Omaha: https://www.ducatiomaha.com/pages/ducati-oem-parts

If you go down to the bottom, you can select OEM Parts Diagram for your bike (see pages 92-97). Then enter the part numbers at Step 2, minus the periods. As long as it shows a price and not $0, the parts are available. I am restoring a 1999 748 and pretty sure I put the parts manager's kid through summer camp, but at least I was able to source OEM parts for my project.

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Curious who is doing the work? They should be sourcing parts for you with the estimate provided.

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Try Ducati Omaha: https://www.ducatiomaha.com/pages/ducati-oem-parts

If you go down to the bottom, you can select OEM Parts Diagram for your bike (see pages 92-97). Then enter the part numbers at Step 2, minus the periods. As long as it shows a price and not $0, the parts are available. I am restoring a 1999 748 and pretty sure I put the parts manager's kid through summer camp, but at least I was able to source OEM parts for my project.

Good luck!

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This is a huge help, Brian! Thanks!
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Curious who is doing the work? They should be sourcing parts for you with the estimate provided.
Good question . . . I took it to an independent Ducati shop. They are primarily a Moto Guzzi dealer but can work on Ducs too. He suggested the parts might not be available so I was doing my homework. Looks they’re all available.
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