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Recomendations for rear bike stand

Any recomendation for bike stands for MV Agusta F4?
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you may want to read some of these; all way back to 2006

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Post I recommend the Bursig Stand

But they are very expensive, look at my photo album and you will see what I mean. If you are just looking for a rear axle stand then the site sponsors on the forum is the place to look
http://www.designcorse.co.uk/Mv_Agusta_Paddock_stands
or these which I know many guys recommend and use.
http://stores.sportbiketrackgear.com...ADucati+Stands

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You might want to check out FG stands ( also sold branded as Ducati Performance).. They are chunky and easy to use.

You can pick one up on ebay for half price and all you need is the correct size MV wheel spindle.

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The Abba stand I've got is pretty good.


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But they are very expensive, look at my photo album and you will see what I mean. If you are just looking for a rear axle stand then the site sponsors on the forum is the place to look
http://www.designcorse.co.uk/Mv_Agusta_Paddock_stands
or these which I know many guys recommend and use.
http://stores.sportbiketrackgear.com...ADucati+Stands

Bursig doesn't make a kit for the 2010+ models yet.

I use my Ducati performance stand, but there are tons of options and range from $150-$800 so just pick one and go. Just stay away from the cheap ones, they're usually flimsy peices of shit.

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I like adige alot Donīt know if it is available for the F4 MY2010







http://www.adige.eu/public/ENG/catalog/catalog-PDF.asp
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I like adige alot Donīt know if it is available for the F4 MY2010







http://www.adige.eu/public/ENG/catalog/catalog-PDF.asp


all pre2010 stands will work on the 2010+ models. the inner hub diameter is the same.

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