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Old Mar 10th 2016, 09:10 PM   #81
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x2 on that TPO socket.

Best advice for removing the rear:
Tie down the wheel to something unmovable (I used a ratcheting tie down attached to the base of my Pitbull stand). And then crank away with a breaker bar. Easy one-man operation and you don't have to fk with an impact wrench (my impact wrench didn't do squat).
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Old Mar 11th 2016, 02:20 AM   #82
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Koken 4405M-DU

Koken Tools USA: 4405M-DU

Koken as good or better than Snap-on/mac/stahlwille for alot less money.
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Old Mar 11th 2016, 04:24 AM   #83
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Originally Posted by AntiHero View Post
x2 on that TPO socket.

Best advice for removing the rear:
Tie down the wheel to something unmovable (I used a ratcheting tie down attached to the base of my Pitbull stand). And then crank away with a breaker bar. Easy one-man operation and you don't have to fk with an impact wrench (my impact wrench didn't do squat).
...so funny how "genius minds" do things differently

an impact wrench saved me from the tie-down step - just 2 or 3 hits on the trigger spins the rear nut off right away....i use an air powered one, but i hear others praise the battery ones as well.....
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Old Mar 11th 2016, 04:56 AM   #84
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Originally Posted by bradp51 View Post
you can also walk out to your garage and measure the front wheel nut
Heck .... that would mean I'd have to walk down stairs , forget that ! hahaha ( bike arrives today )
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Old Jul 21st 2016, 12:18 PM   #85
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Well I tried an electric impact wrench with 450 Nm and it wouldn't budge!
And I don't have a rear paddock stand to strap to, just a central stand bike tower unit:

Bike-Tower: Ducati Panigale 1299 / S

Any ideas how to get this MF off?
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Are you using the rear brake to hold the rear wheel? I have a cheap harbor frieght impact and it takes a bit of impact before coming loose. I also only torque the nut down to about 160 ft/lbs. My bike is race only as well. My next recommendation would be to heat up the nut the best you can...then try again. If that does not work, there may be something else going on. Is this the 1st time you have tried to remove it? These just ideas based on my experience. I am not saying they are the best, only that this is what works for me. Hope this helps and good luck!
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Old Jul 21st 2016, 12:44 PM   #87
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Local garage changed the tyre last time and they said it was a bitch to come off then.
I've put some wd40 in to soak overnight, will try heat gun and breaker bar tomorrow.

I didn't have the rear brake on, just in gear as per service manual, but will try with brake on tomorrow.
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also make sure when you do get it off to clean the threads and re-grease to help with future issues.
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Old Jul 21st 2016, 02:23 PM   #89
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You might need to keep the impact on it for 10-15 seconds.

On my Multi, but the Pani is no different

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yep, just like the video. I have an air impact wrench rated to 800lb/ft. For about 3-4 seconds, it's just hammering and it looks like nothing is moving. Then....it starts to go. Just hold it on there and keep the trigger pulled - it'll come off
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