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Set of stock rearsets for S4 Monster. Not sure what other models they fit. Comes with all footpegs, rear brake switch, rear brake lever and shift lever minus the toe-piece. All rubber mounting bushings in excellent condition. I can also send all the hardware I have, though it may not be complete. I do not have all spacers necessary to mount the rearsets. Rearsets are structurally perfect- never crashed. Paint has some scratches and some staining from use; would need paint to look 100%. Bottom of right footpeg and brake lever are a little ground off from use- NOT crash damage. Ground off area does not affect use and is not visible unless you're looking under the peg. $100 plus shipping.

 

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I am interested if they fit an 02 620. I checked out the part numbers at Ducati.com and for my bike its 824.1.024.1AB
and for this bike its 824.1.024.1A .... there is not B at the end like in the 620. Does anyone know if this matters?
 

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I'm not sure what the "B" means. Part numbers on my pieces are: Left side 824.1.023.1A, Right side 824.1.024.1A

I do know that in 2002 the S4 shared the frame with the ST4, and all the air-cooled Monsters were still the original 888 based frame. In 2003 or 2004 all Monsters went to the ST frames. So, the difference could be the frame or the engine itself, since the rearset mounts on the engine. Are 620's a wet clutch? Maybe that's a factor. Anyway, I know a couple people that might have the answer. I'll try and get back with you later.
 

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Vindingo said:
I am interested if they fit an 02 620. I checked out the part numbers at Ducati.com and for my bike its 824.1.024.1AB
and for this bike its 824.1.024.1A .... there is not B at the end like in the 620. Does anyone know if this matters?
Hey Vinnie,
They'll fit fine. All the dual sided swingarmed Monsters use the same standard footpeg mounts. Regardless of year. Not sure why the change in part #'s, but they're all the same.
Do notice that the shifter peg is missing
 

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Vindingo,
I guess there's one answer. You could do more research it you like; I haven't had anyone else ask about the rearsets yet. Get back to me if you're interested.

I did mention the missing shifter toe-piece when I posted the picture. It had to be robbed for the aftermarket rearsets I installed.
 
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