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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 08-22-2016, 06:30 PM Thread Starter
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Question on Pit Bull Hybrid One Armed Rear Stand

For those of you with the Pit Bull Hybrid One Armed rear stand, can you describe how the unit fits into the axle from the right hand side? The pin on the stand appears to be a solid cylinder that fits completely into the axle hole, and this is fine when using the stand from the left side, but how does it work from the right hand side given that there is an axle nut clip that loops into the axle opening? Does the clip have to be removed? I have searched for details on this and can't find an answer, and Pit Bull isn't responding either, so I'm hoping someone here can help. This would be for use with a 1st Gen F4.

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You have to take out the clip. Easily done without tools.

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Agreed. The clip would be in the way.
Not an MV shown here.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IUqXwwDGaS8
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Many thanks for your input. I had seen that video, but it wasn't clear if there was a clip removed or if there was not clip to begin with (I didn't want to assume that Duc was the same set up as the MV F4, although it likely is). Removing the clip is easy, so I'll likely bite and get one of the stand.

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get the one with the reversible handle.......the 1st time you trip over the handle you'll

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get the one with the reversible handle.......the 1st time you trip over the handle you'll

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Got it - I mean the stand- and agree with the tripping hazard when used with the handle in the rearward direction! Glad it is easy to change the handle direction. Thanks again for your input!
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