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Does anyone have access to a parts catalog that can see a later version of this part, or otherwise know what has changed?

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Does anyone have access to a parts catalog that can see a later version of this part, or otherwise know what has changed?
Try this site, you can select the catalog for various model years. https://www.ducati.com/ww/en/service...parts-catalogs
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For 2017 the gear change lever is part no. 45622351AA, for 2019 it is 45622352AA with no change for 2020.
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Try this site, you can select the catalog for various model years. https://www.ducati.com/ww/en/service...parts-catalogs
Thank you. That’s the same source I used, and for 2017 vs 2020 the shift lever seems to have the same start date, but some of the associated parts have later revision dates. Not sure if dealers have access to more info on part revisions.

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For 2017 the gear change lever is part no. 45622351AA, for 2019 it is 45622352AA with no change for 2020.
Haha, posting at the same time...

Thank you Derek...

What parts catalog are you using?

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I have downloaded parts lists from the UK version of www.ducati.com. I would expect that these are available from the US site as well.
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I have downloaded parts lists from the UK version of www.ducati.com. I would expect that these are available from the US site as well.
Thanks. I see the changed part number, but the “Start Date” is the same: 10/10/16.

If the start date hasn’t changed, but the part number has changed, does that mean it’s the same design, but is sourced to a different vendor?

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I have no idea. I'd assumed that the "start date" means it is applicable to all models from that date until an "end date" where stated but that's probably not the case as they would specify frame numbers.
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My shifter fine, and perfectly adjusted, so didn’t have it changed during service just performed.

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