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I bought these crash pads and I was thinking to install them by myself.

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I saw a couple of videos on Youtube and it doesn't look that hard.

Did any of you guys install crash pads for ducati scrambler by your own?
Any suggestions?

Is it possible to lose the warranty if I install these crash pads by myself?
 

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I bought these crash pads and I was thinking to install them by myself.

SUZUKI

I saw a couple of videos on Youtube and it doesn't look that hard.

Did any of you guys install crash pads for ducati scrambler by your own?
Any suggestions?

Is it possible to lose the warranty if I install these crash pads by myself?
I installed evotech ones. The install is pretty easy but it's kind of like a two man job. Someone has to hold the nut at one side while the other tightens on the other side. I don't know if yours are installed that way though. I don't think you would lose your warranty, I know I didn't.
 

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I installed evotech ones. The install is pretty easy but it's kind of like a two man job. Someone has to hold the nut at one side while the other tightens on the other side. I don't know if yours are installed that way though. I don't think you would lose your warranty, I know I didn't.
Would you mind sharing a picture of what it looks like on your bike?
 

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I emailed Hammerhead Designs. They make brake, shift and kickstart levers mostly for dirt bikes. They are getting into the street market. Their designs are great and repeated crashes on my dirt bike merely gets the levers dirty or scratched. I'll post an answer from them. They currently make some items for the Multistrada and Hypermotards. The link:

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I installed the Evotech ones by myself. Evotech has good directions on their site. When tightening the nut it would have been nice to have another person, but I was able to reach over the bike and do it by myself.
 
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