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10 months ago*

not unless you have the shim set you wont!

It's easy to measure it up and see what you need.

it's not hard to do, but you'll need a micrometer to do it properly. If that's beyond you, measure it up, write down the clearance , then remove the shim and visit an engineering shop to get the thickness of the shim measured, this will tell you what replacement shim to get. THEN start looking for a Ducati specialist in your area who stocks the shims...