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Since I'm moving into single sided swingarm territory I figured I would ask you guys about rear stands. Who's got the best product out there? Any specific deals available? Let me know. Thanks alot guys.
 
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Re: suggestions for a rear stand (RC51racer)

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Re: suggestions for a rear stand (RC51racer)

PitBull, get the reversible one...
 
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thanks yellowdesmo. I had looked at that one already, just wanted to make sure before I buy.
 
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FG? never heard of them. Where are they available online?
 
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<TABLE WIDTH="90%" CELLSPACING=0 CELLPADDING=0 ALIGN=CENTER><TR><TD>Quote, originally posted by RC51racer »</TD></TR><TR><TD CLASS="quote">FG? never heard of them. Where are they available online?</TD></TR></TABLE>

FG makes the one Ducati sells with the Ducati name on it. Ferracci sells them.
 
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Pit Bull reversible
just got one last week from white buffalo racing 170 to my door
 
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Re: (HeckLer1979)

Got both. If you want to service the chain and sprocket you'll want the reversible, otherwise I like the FG better.


Modified by Ducaholic at 8:22 PM 3/17/2005
 
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Can one not service the chain and sprocket (single sided swinger) while the bike is on the sidestand?
 
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Re: (Capt. Home Slice)

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Yes and I do. I have never needed a reversible in the last ten years.
 
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Re: (Phil 998)

While you may not need a reversible stand to remove the sprocket, if you do not own one at all and were going to buy one, why wouldn't you buy the reversible ?
 
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<TABLE WIDTH="90%" CELLSPACING=0 CELLPADDING=0 ALIGN=CENTER><TR><TD>Quote, originally posted by rossi46 »</TD></TR><TR><TD CLASS="quote"> why wouldn't you buy the reversible ?</TD></TR></TABLE>

Because I don't ever need it.
 
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Re: (Phil 998)

You can service the sprocket and chain while the bike is on the sidesatnd. Much easier with a reversible stand though.
 
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PitBull is the only stand to buy. That is regardless of if the bike you have is a sinlge or conventional swing arm. They are rock solid. On top of it they have the single unit that gives you pins for both side of the rear single sider.
 
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The other nice thing about the Pit Bull is that in the "regular" position (left side) it rotates forward, which is helpful if space is a consideration (like a small garage). You don't have part of the stand extending rearward from the bike, ready to trip over.

Additionally, if you're lucky enough to acquire another single sided bike, say an MV Agusta or RC30 for instance, you can just order a different sized pin from Pit Bull and use the same stand for either bike.

Could happen.
 
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