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stevie9090
17.03.2017, 06:47 AM
As the title suggests I'm looking for a torque wrench. Preferably one that I can use for all torque settings on my Monster 796. Does anybody have any recommendations? Also, while I'm at it, has anybody found a workshop manual for a Monster 796? Or know of a workshop manual that would be similar to that? Many thanks, Steve. :lol2:

rendo
17.03.2017, 07:36 AM
I have one for my 696monster. I thought I downloaded it from ducatiuk website but it seeems to be just the owners manual up there now.

Ronson1000
17.03.2017, 09:15 AM
Don't know about a workshop manual but with regards torque wrenches you'll struggle to find one that does the full range required for all nuts and bolts on your bike.

I buys sealey stuff it's pretty reasonably priced and seems good enough quality for the home spannerer. I'd recommend you get the 3/8th one first then if you need above and below that range you can get the 1/2 and 1/4 too

Derek
17.03.2017, 09:39 AM
Yes, I've got three torque wrenches to cover the whole range. I got on fine with just 2 until I needed a great big feck off job to do the rear wheel nut on the Multi to a massive 230Nm.
You can buy a manual from a Ducati dealer. It's on a CD and I think costs about 80 or you can chance this link for $14 https://www.tradebit.com/filedetail.php/278303462-ducati-monster-796-796-abs-workshop

stevie9090
17.03.2017, 11:46 AM
Thanks for the help folks. I had been looking at Sealey's stuff. Think there are a couple of Sealey distributors/traders in Fife so will pop along and get a look. Think I will take a hit and just get a manual from a dealership. Least I know it will be proper. Thanks again folks :thumbs:

Ronson1000
17.03.2017, 01:42 PM
Mind don't pay full price. Ebay sellers are always doing deals on sealey stuff.

853RS
17.03.2017, 03:03 PM
I also use 3 torque wrenches quarter,three eights and half inch drive which covers from 6nm to 230nm.

stevie9090
17.03.2017, 03:10 PM
Thanks folks. Aye i've been looking at Sealey stuff. I'm always scepticle when buying from ebay however. Keep thinking I'll get wripped off. How will I know if it's a genuine Sealey item?

dan13
17.03.2017, 03:23 PM
There's a downloadable one here for $9.90 (8.27)

http://workshop-ducati.blogspot.com/2013/08/ducati-monster-796-796-abs-2010-2013.html

Ronson1000
17.03.2017, 03:35 PM
Search by sealey part no. Usually brings back the good guys. You'll need to research the tools you want first. Check on pvr direct, rip part no, buy from ebay