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Old Dec 14th 2017, 08:07 PM   #11
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The review of them is shit as it effects turning circle
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Old Dec 15th 2017, 02:32 AM   #12
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Is that the part that bolts to the frame ? About 60 bucks? I ordered a set of IMA clamps because I broke both , then saw this part . Surley you could grind some extra adjustment into them ?
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Old Dec 15th 2017, 02:38 AM   #13
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Thes suckers ?
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Old Dec 15th 2017, 02:45 AM   #14
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Old Dec 15th 2017, 02:59 AM   #15
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Originally Posted by bradp51 View Post
I remember you can buy some little accessories that stops this happening

Always meant to get some but never did, cheaper than a new part though
Yes you can. I've got these fitted to my bike. They are made by R&G and bolt to the front subframe mounts. They are comprised of a small bracket bent at 90 degrees that hold a small nylon bung. When you turn the handlebars lock to lock, the fork tubes hit these soft nylon bungs and prevent the lockstop screws from contacting the lockstops cast onto the bottom triple/yoke. You will notice a marginal loss of turning circle as a result. They also prevent the casual thief from snapping the castings by slamming your steering left and right. Alternatively it might be possible to have the lugs welded back on to the casting and at the same time get them reinforced.

Anyhow here's the link and a picture:

Ducati Panigale Lockstop Savers LS0005 LS0005BK LS0005WH
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Old Dec 15th 2017, 03:04 AM   #16
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The review of them is shit as it effects turning circle
It's barely noticeable TBH. Ive had them on both the 1199 and the 1299 with no issues at all. Cheaper than a new triple tree casting in the event your bike tips over.
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Old Dec 15th 2017, 05:38 AM   #17
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Originally Posted by topolino View Post
It's barely noticeable TBH. Ive had them on both the 1199 and the 1299 with no issues at all. Cheaper than a new triple tree casting in the event your bike tips over.
I disagree, but maybe that's because I park my bike in a tight space. It was a huge PITA with them on. Also, you can't lock your forks, it won't allow the little nub to line up. I took mine off awhile ago.
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If you're not going to fix the broken steering stop in the short-term, then despite the marginal downsides some have mentioned I'd highly recommend installing the R&G lockstop savers as a stop-gap to prevent further damage to the bike, as well as preventing a broken thumb in the event of a tankslapper or other mishap. We have them in stock in Black and they're only 25 bucks, and easy to install.

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If you're not going to fix the broken steering stop in the short-term, then despite the marginal downsides some have mentioned I'd highly recommend installing the R&G lockstop savers as a stop-gap to prevent further damage to the bike, as well as preventing a broken thumb in the event of a tankslapper or other mishap. We have them in stock in Black and they're only 25 bucks, and easy to install.

https://www.ducatiomaha.com/products...ockstop-savers
Thanks J just bought a set from you. Any tips on the install?
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Originally Posted by topolino View Post
Yes you can. I've got these fitted to my bike. They are made by R&G and bolt to the front subframe mounts. They are comprised of a small bracket bent at 90 degrees that hold a small nylon bung. When you turn the handlebars lock to lock, the fork tubes hit these soft nylon bungs and prevent the lockstop screws from contacting the lockstops cast onto the bottom triple/yoke. You will notice a marginal loss of turning circle as a result. They also prevent the casual thief from snapping the castings by slamming your steering left and right. Alternatively it might be possible to have the lugs welded back on to the casting and at the same time get them reinforced.

Anyhow here's the link and a picture:

Ducati Panigale Lockstop Savers LS0005 LS0005BK LS0005WH
I do not have them myself but thanks for posting the details and the personal experience. Far better than just putting out a bullshit opinion because of some review you read online.

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