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post #1 of 23 (permalink) Old 04-09-2015, 03:19 PM Thread Starter
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Rear stand for F4 750

Hey Guys, Hope everyone is doing well with their Mvs.

I'm thinking of buying this stand ( please see link below ) for my F4 750 and i was wondering if its the original one and what do you think of the price? The reason i ask this question is because the advertisement description says 180 kg max load but I always thought f4 750's were between 200 to 210 kg - mine's 2001 1+1 model.Thank you


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No it's not the original, it's much nicer. As for the weight, lifting the rear of the bike only does not put the whole bikes weight on the stand man.

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I'm also considering purchasing this stand
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Wink ?

Any stand with wheels is better than the stock POS



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Totally agree Noel,how many owners have wound there bike off the stand with that stupid fixed nylon sleeve.


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post #6 of 23 (permalink) Old 04-11-2015, 12:29 PM
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Just buck up get the Pit Bull and have no worries if it`s going to break even if sitting on the bike or spinning the tire with the engine. ( I wouldn`t spin real fast though )
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Wink Stand?

get the T-Rex with the reversable handle, you'll thank me the !st time you DON'T trip over the handle

it comes with a bolt to lock the bike on the stand and it's ~$40 less than a PitBull


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The PitBull can be ordered with a reversible handle also, I have one. You get what you pay for but it`s always good to have options.

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The PitBull can be ordered with a reversible handle also, I have one. You get what you pay for.
you're right, about time they made a reversable one......

but I bought my T-Rex 3 years ago and it came with the safety assy to keep a running bike on the stand.....

PitBull still doesn't

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The PitBull has a longer pin so you don`t need a extra safety assembly and I bought mine 2 years ago. The pin is also supported in a bearing. I have run mine numerous times on the stand whilst sitting on the bike. The stand has to be strong to feel comfortable doing that. I am sure both stands are a fine choice. I am enjoying.

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