And, you can also try Wounded Duc.com. I've had great luck with both.You might want to check with Ed at Ducpower.com in the Bay Area.
I've been checking and your spot on. I didn't want to go the repair rout as this has been aggravating in my past experiences. However, this looks like the most logical and less painful choice. I have a RH turn signal coming from FB contact that deals in salvage Ducati's. Thanks again to everyone for being very helpful!After looking at the photo of the damage more closely, I'm with Chuckracer. That looks very repairable and you would be unlikely to find a replacement that didn't have as much or more damage.
Sorry for that.Thanks for the quick reply and helpful information. This helps alleviate some of the pain from yesterday!
Sorry for that.
Sometimes these things inspire upgrades and mods you weren't going to do. Are the damaged pieces sellable as damaged? Seems half the ebay pieces are exactly that and would recoup some costs at least.