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Ducati Diavel Service Manual: Removal of the gearbox assembly

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Removal of the gearbox assembly


Withdraw the selector fork shafts (30).

Move the forks (28) and (29) to disengage them from the slots in the selector drum (14).

Removal of the gearbox assembly


Withdraw the selector drum (16) taking care not to lose shims (31) and (27) mounted on the shaft. Note that the positions of the shims must not be inverted.

Removal of the gearbox assembly


Once removed, it is possible to replace the special rollers (13).

Removal of the gearbox assembly


Remove gear selector forks (29) and (28).

Remove

Removal of the gearbox assembly


Removal of the gearbox assembly


Remove the gearbox primary (2) and secondary (25) shafts complete with gears, taking care to recover the spacers on the ends of the shafts.

If the bearing inner rings (a) are left on the shafts, slide them off the ends of the gearbox primary (2) and secondary (25) shafts (sect. 9 - 9.2, Separation of the crankcase halves).

Removal of the gearbox assembly


Removal of the gearbox assembly


Gearbox shafts
Shim, thickness 1 Gearbox primary shaft Shim, thickness 0.5 Needle roller bearing 5Th speed driving gear Splined washer, thickness 0.5 Circlip 3Rd- 4th speed driving gear 6Th sp ...

Disassembly of the gearbox shafts
Place the shaft in a vice in such a way as to facilitate the disassembly operations. Important Take care not to invert the positions of the shims on reassembly: this would potentially lead to jam ...

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