Darmah rear brake linkage: clevis pins

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riccorman
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Darmah rear brake linkage: clevis pins

Post by riccorman » Sun Jun 04, 2017 12:17 pm

Lost the rear clevis pin on the rear brake rod while riding (!) yesterday. I pulled up the parts book, made available by our gracious host, and I see that there are 2 clevis pins, with different part numbers, presumably different sizes, for front and the rear clevis. I look at my bike, and the front has a bolt and a capnut installed instead of a pin. First place I looked for parts was BH but don't see these items on Steve's site... I did a broader search and came up with nothing. Went to the local auto parts store to see if I could find something similar... nothing. Anyone know where to find these... or have a workaround that's safe and sane?

thanks
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Re: Darmah rear brake linkage: clevis pins

Post by Craig in France » Mon Jun 05, 2017 12:02 am

Hi Ric,

The back pin is part# 0797.41.025 (7mm clevis pin).

In which case, go:
https://store.bevelheaven.com/Body-Dres ... in-7-x-17/

For the front (6mm pin), it's 0802.91.280. In which case, go:
http://www.ducaticlassics.com/Parts/Cat ... 080291280/

HTH

Craig

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Re: Darmah rear brake linkage: clevis pins

Post by riccorman » Tue Jun 06, 2017 1:47 am

Thanks so much, Craig!
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2006 Ducati GT1000
2008 Ducati 1098
2015 Ducati Diavel Titanium #196/500

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Re: Darmah rear brake linkage: clevis pins

Post by wdietz186 » Wed Jun 07, 2017 10:50 am

I have made my own by cutting a bolt with an unthreaded shank and drilling a hole through it after cutting it to length.If you don't like the hex head you could probably find a Phillips or use a button head Allen bolt. The pins aren't hardened or anything special metal wise.

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