Ducati Rear Wheel Removal Socket Tool 41-46mm


Oberon Performance

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Ducati Rear Wheel Removal Nut Socket 41 & 46mm By Oberon Performance.

This tool is designed to be carried with you in the event of a tyre puncture or tyre replacement, especially when you cannot get to an approved Ducati dealer, or when working on your motorcycle yourself, with a suitable Ducati manual and torque wrench.

The main wheel nut on modern motorcycles is fitted to a very specific torque setting; this torque setting must be adhered to at all times.

The Oberon tool allows you to remove and replace the Ducati wheel nut with the aid of a suitable _" square drive torque wrench.

Previously over-tightened or 'airgun' fitted wheel nuts must be removed with a steel socket first, the thread must then be properly lubricated before replacing to the correct torque.

It is wise to ask your local Ducati dealer to perform this task at your next scheduled service.

The Oberon socket is designed to fail if you greatly exceed the torque setting recommended by the motorcycle manufacturer, it will only fail if you exceed the recommended torque by at least 20% (do not rely on this factor because the correct torque is critical).

Suitable for the following models:

Ducati 748/916/996/998/848;

Ducati MONSTER S2R/S4R/S4RS/796/1100;

Ducati Hypermotard 796/1100;

Ducati Multistrada 1000 1100



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