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Discussion Starter · #1 ·
1997 748/853 with lots of goodies;
new battery
Suspension just re-done - ohlins rear, showa forks with race-tech springs and Penske valves, new bushings, seals, everything.

Great motor, oil cooler, spare set of wheels with new D208GP's.

Too much to list here

e-mail for list of everything with pictures: mbuckelew (at) comcast.net
 
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Re: (MKIA)

<TABLE WIDTH="90%" CELLSPACING=0 CELLPADDING=0 ALIGN=CENTER><TR><TD>Quote, originally posted by MKIA »</TD></TR><TR><TD CLASS="quote">How are the rockers? LOL</TD></TR></TABLE>

All Megacycle,baby
 
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Re: FS: "Best Bike Ducati Never Built" 748/853 (CuStOm)

I'll be cleaning it up and taking nice pictures today - I've included some pictures of the bodywork scratches.
 
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Re: FS: "Best Bike Ducati Never Built" 748/853 (Buckelew)

why are you selling

or better yet what are you going to buy?
 
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Re: FS: "Best Bike Ducati Never Built" 748/853 (brettmess24)

What are you asking for it?
 
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Does it have BST wheels??

(Just kidding - but please do post pics and price so we all may lust)
 
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Re: FS: "Best Bike Ducati Never Built" 748/853 (CuStOm)

Can't really call it a "Track Bike". It's a street bike on which I do a few track days a year.
 
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Re: FS: "Best Bike Ducati Never Built" 748/853 (brettmess24)

I'm looking for a bike on which to do more track days. I've had no problems related to doing an occasional couple of track days, but I'd rather not ride this one "into the ground" or more like - into the shop. The other guys I know with Ducs in A Group have all spent some severe money on keeping their bikes running.

I'd rather spend my money on track days - maybe a Freddie Spencer School.
 
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