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Which rear stand?

I just passed the 300 mile mark and cleaned/lubed the chain for the first time. It was not fun without a rear stand. Any recommendations? Right now I'm looking at the Pit-bull unit as I had that for my speed triple.

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Hands down pitbull, buy the reversing rear that way you can use it on either side.

http://www.pit-bull.com/mm5/merchant...ed_rear_stands

Call them for specific fit, but I have the reversing for my 1098 and it works fine.
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Noel (Knurl) likes another brand, similar to the Pit Bull and a bit less expensive....do a search...lots of stand options out there.

I have the MV Corse rear which is really nice....and the basic Pit Bull which is also good.

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I just passed the 300 mile mark and cleaned/lubed the chain for the first time. It was not fun without a rear stand. Any recommendations? Right now I'm looking at the Pit-bull unit as I had that for my speed triple.

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I have an Abba Superbike stand - mounts on the swingarm pivot and can be rotated to lift either the front or rear wheel off the ground, or with a separate accessory, both wheels

http://www.abbastands.co.uk/product_details.asp?id=1
http://www.abbastands.co.uk/product_details.asp?id=42
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T-rex, bang for buck is unmatched. and very high quality.

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I have an Abba Superbike stand - mounts on the swingarm pivot and can be rotated to lift either the front or rear wheel off the ground, or with a separate accessory, both wheels

http://www.abbastands.co.uk/product_details.asp?id=1
http://www.abbastands.co.uk/product_details.asp?id=42
Are you using that on a B3/F3?
I've got one but because the B3/F3's swing arm pivot point is an inch or so higher than other bikes when it's on the stand it doesn't actually lift the wheel off the ground. I have to put the stand on paving slabs to raise it up.

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This is what I use. It comes with 5 pins and works great.

https://www.twocycleguys.com/showPro...FSFyQgodNSAA4Q

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Are you using that on a B3/F3?
I've got one but because the B3/F3's swing arm pivot point is an inch or so higher than other bikes when it's on the stand it doesn't actually lift the wheel off the ground. I have to put the stand on paving slabs to raise it up.

No, sorry, F4 .....
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