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    Quote Originally Posted by Foggy 888 View Post
    Gowanloch Ducati has the best price on original RHP bearings that I have been able to find:

    https://ducati-gowanloch.com/product...rts/cranshaft/
    150 USD?
    That is cheap. I am paying 190 euros at the ducati dealer.

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    No Gowanloch is in Australia. The pair of bearings is 150 Australian dollars, which converts to 97 Euro.
    Here in the USA the local Ducati dealer sells them for $150 USD each, or $300 for a pair, plus $30 tax. I just ordered a pair for my Bevel-drive Ducati 750 Sport, and the cost was less than half the price of that of the Ducati dealership even with shipping from Australia factored in.

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