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Dan,

Agree that replacing the yoke is a much safer option.

Another way forward, at the expense of using two sets of forks: I had SBK internals inserted into my ST3 upper tubes. SBK lower tubes used - that method enables retention of the standard top and bottom yokes and steering lock functionality. As part of this I believe the 996 forks top caps, complete of course with the damping adjuster, were inserted into my ST3 top tubes - I did not do the work.

Check other threads about this stuff - e.g. http://www.ducati.ms/forums/showthread.php?t=21140 and http://www.ducati.ms/forums/showthread.php?t=21610

Suggest you contact Cogent Dynamics (NCRick) or GP Suspension for local advice - they should know.

..that great bike of yours deserves the best!

cheers,

Dave
 
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