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To tight rear suport.

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My Rear supports has become too narrow after 2 and a half years. Are there any of you who have the same experience, and are there someone who have found a solution to the problem.

I have tried with oil, but it is still tight.

Sorry about my imprecise English.
It is the red thing under the bike I'm talking about
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You will have to remove some material and make it a little smaller. It all depends on what tools you have at your disposal. A lathe is best.

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Yes I agree, I can force the rear stand into the hub, but its very very hard work to remove, I am guessing course sandpaper on the black plastic insert?

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Yes I agree, I can force the rear stand into the hub, but its very very hard work to remove, I am guessing course sandpaper on the black plastic insert?
I had this problem just the other week, so out came the sand paper, after 15 mins of sanding no difference what so ever, trust me that plastic is hard.

Next out came the dremmel....that sorted it, smooth as silk now!

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Or you could buy a pitbull rear stand and be done with it!

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No oil

Do not put oil on the plastic, it makes it swell bigger?
Sandpaper is good option.

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I had the same issue, small handheld electric sander did the trick nicely. Once i had sanded it, i also coated it with grease as well... makes it slip in and out with ease

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On mine I think it is the clip that catches on the plastic - without the clip the stand comes out easliy!

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I had the same issue, small handheld electric sander did the trick nicely. Once i had sanded it, i also coated it with grease as well... makes it slip in and out with ease
I did exactly the same thing a few months ago with my 910R stand and a few years ago with the old 750S stand. Works a treat with no need for greasing.

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I have used the same stand for each of my Brutes and never had a problem - Sprayed it regularly from day one with ACF50 so maybe the type of oil has an effect...
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