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2016 Monster 1200R & 2016 Scrambler.

Been servicing Harleys for years, have all necessary tools (Torx bits, torque wrenches, etc.).

What specialty tools am I going to need to service my two new Ducatis?

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A second bank account the wife doesn't know about,....:wink2:


Seriously, the single sided swing arm needs that big nut taken off to service the wheel, that is one tool I can think of right off. When you start getting deeper into the engine later on, you will need some special pullers you may or may not already have.
 

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A second bank account the wife doesn't know about,....:wink2:


Seriously, the single sided swing arm needs that big nut taken off to service the wheel, that is one tool I can think of right off. When you start getting deeper into the engine later on, you will need some special pullers you may or may not already have.
Any idea what size the swing arm nut is?

What else? T-60 for chain adjust, correct?

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I bought a special oil filter wrench and rear wheel nut socket both off of eBay

Hdesa is the brand



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Pair of needle nose for that safety catch thingy

And a socket for that big ass bolt


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