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Ducati Diavel Service Manual: Footrest brackets

Ducati Diavel Service Manual / Chassis / Footrest brackets

Footrest brackets


  1. Rubber footrest
  2. Right front footrest
  3. Pin
  4. Spring
  5. Circlip
  6. Right footrest bracket
  7. Screw
  8. Washer
  9. O-ring
  10. Bush
  11. Rubber pad
  12. Right rear footrest
  13. Pin
  14. Ball
  15. Spring
  16. Plate
  17. Screw
  18. Vibration damper mount
  19. Special screw
  20. Front lh footrest
  21. Left footrest bracket
  22. Left rear footrest

Spare parts catalogue

Diavel abs r.H. Footrests

Diavel abs l.H. Footrests

Diavel carbon abs r.H. Footrests

Diavel carbon abs l.H. Footrests

Important

Bold reference numbers in this section identify parts not shown in the figures alongside the text, but which can be found in the exploded view diagram.

Lubricating the chain
O-ring chains have sealed, life-lubed link studs and bushes. However, these chains need lubricating at regular intervals to protect metal parts of the chain and the o-rings. Lubrication also ser ...

Removal of the front footrests
Note The removal of the front footrests is described only for the right one (2) but it is the same also for the left one. Remove the circlip (5) by releasing the pin (3). Slide the pin (3) off ...

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Changing and cleaning the air filters
The air filter must be replaced at the intervals described in the "scheduled maintenance chart" (sect. 4 - 2). Work on the vehicle right side, loosen screws (1) that secure the intake duct (2) to the filter box, and the radiator retaining screw (3); recover the washer (4). Remove the in ...

Gearchange mechanism
Gearchange pedal Bush Rubber pad Pin O-ring Gearchange lever tie-rod Screw Gearchange lever Washer Screw Ball joint Nut Nut Nut with left-hand thread Lh ball joint Spare parts catalogue Diavel abs l.H. Footrests Diavel carbon abs l.H. Footrests Important B ...

Removing of the rear wheel
Place the motorcycle on the rear service stand and engage the 1st gear. Remove the clip (6). Using a suitable socket wrench, loosen the wheel nut (1). Fully unscrew the nut (1), then remove the washer (2) and the spacer (3). Remove the rear wheel from the motorcycle. ...

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