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post #1 of 25 (permalink) Old 04-18-2010, 10:01 AM Thread Starter
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New Paddoc stand for MV....WOW

Sorry if 205. I saw this on the RC30 board. The vid is of the Duc 999 but if you go to their web site they have a Brutale version. Oh, skip toward the end as they have quick clamp wheels on the stand so you can roll you bike around. Not sure how similar the mounting points are on the Brutale and F4, but cool anyhow. Enjoy.


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that's great. I use to race with this guy in Poland

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Sorry if 205. I saw this on the RC30 board. The vid is of the Duc 999 but if you go to their web site they have a Brutale version. Oh, skip toward the end as they have quick clamp wheels on the stand so you can roll you bike around. Not sure how similar the mounting points are on the Brutale and F4, but cool anyhow. Enjoy.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nzax29SzMyg
F4 and B4 are the same until 2010
Mine (home made) did not fit on the new f4, so a new plate is needed


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[QUOTE=hb88xx;343442]F4 and B4 are the same until 2010
Mine (home made) did not fit on the new f4, so a new plate is needed

Nice Cock! Sorry Had to. You have more skills and tools than I. Great job on the stand. I guess I was the last to see these
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F4 and B4 are the same until 2010
Mine (home made) did not fit on the new f4, so a new plate is needed


Wooow!!! I WANT one!!
Can you make one for me
Or tell me how to make one?
Got any blue-prints??

I need a stand Badly!!

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is that a chicken in the background?
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Just looked and its 359 euro, not sure if it will fit the F4 though as the side panels might catch... not sure

Also- just wondering if this is a good thing or not?? i use conventional paddock stands front and back to take weight off the tyres but leave the suspension under compression, are you in any danger of having seals on the shocker or front end let go because they aren't under their intended constant load.

Im sure short stints would be fine but prolonged suspension ???

Any one shed any light....

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is that a chicken in the background?
I think it's a rooster
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Nah - chicken and the winner is?


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Nah - chicken and the winner is?
hmmm, you seem to know a bit about fowls
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