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the second set, definitely. The first set, the disc makes it hard to tell exactly what they are, but they look like the stockers on 749 or 999, 10 spoke marchesini, but not sure. if so they can fit.

either way you will need the correct spacers.
 

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the second set, definitely. The first set, the disc makes it hard to tell exactly what they are, but they look like the stockers on 749 or 999, 10 spoke marchesini, but not sure. if so they can fit.

either way you will need the correct spacers.
So on the 5 spoke Marchesini's, do you use the standard discs? Just different spacers?

Thanks

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Yes, with the 5 spokers you can mount your OEM 6 bolt rotors and your rear sprocket cush drive. On the front you need to machine spacers 29.5mm RHS / 7.5mm LHS with the OEM SC axle and nut. The alternative is to use a late model SS front axle.
 

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the second set, definitely. The first set, the disc makes it hard to tell exactly what they are, but they look like the stockers on 749 or 999, 10 spoke marchesini, but not sure. if so they can fit.

either way you will need the correct spacers.
Yes, with the 5 spokers you can mount your OEM 6 bolt rotors and your rear sprocket cush drive. On the front you need to machine spacers 29.5mm RHS / 7.5mm LHS with the OEM SC axle and nut. The alternative is to use a late model SS front axle.
Close but not quite....

The rear bearings and bearing spacer tube will need to be knocked out and replaced with 25mm jobbies.
Some earlier Ducatis had smaller rear axles (19>20mm I think), we need 25mm.

The fronts appear ok.

Correct on the spacer lengths JC, but I suspect you were quoting the Wasp:D

Greg.
 

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The seller's email is at the bottom of the auction. Ask him.

I especially like the 90 degree valve stems!
 
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