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900ss forks Trying to put new seals in

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And was wondering if anyone knew where to find a good diagram.Ducati has the parts catalogs for model years going back through 2000. Here's the link to the 2000 900SS catalog. It includes diagrams. http://www.ducati.com/en/bikes/servi...l?family=parts,

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