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Old March 25th, 2020, 01:50 PM   #1
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aftermarket timing belts?

Hey guys and gals, I'm planning to replace the timing belts on my 2000 750 Monster, as it's been sitting in storage for about 10 years. I've read that the ducati belts are crazy expensive! Is there a good source for reasonable priced belts?

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I’d check the prices again.
Ducati belts have come down in price I believe.
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Hey guys and gals, I'm planning to replace the timing belts on my 2000 750 Monster, as it's been sitting in storage for about 10 years. I've read that the ducati belts are crazy expensive! Is there a good source for reasonable priced belts?

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exactfit sales aftermarket belts (through their distributor network), many have had no issues. I blew a motor, may of been my fault might of been the belt. I won't but them anymore..
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exactfit ... I won't but them anymore..
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Thanks for the info! I won't but or buy Exactfit! Whats a good online retailer for Duc parts?
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LT is a great guy Desmo Times Home Page
And if you had questions a reliable knowledgeable source.

The Ducshop is another Mark builds fantastic engines. https://ducshop.com/


There are tons of Ducati dealers such as
Ducati Omaha

You’ve got motowheels...

To but/buy from

You don’t just slap these on they have to be tensioned properly. And you need to keep the gears in proper orientation to not screw up your timing.
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I am lucky to be close by Mark and the Duc Shop.
I rode through Thunderstorms the other day to drop my bike off to him to get belts done.


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I rode through Thunderstorms the other day to drop my bike off to him to get belts done.


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