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Diameter of rear axle for Stand

Hey guys. Im still awaiting deliver of my Brutale RR. I found a deal for a rear stand. The seller said he was using it on an older 2012 Brutale and it'll fit any Brutale with 40mm dia in the rear.
I cant seem to find the exact measurement anywhere.
Would any of you here maybe shed some light?
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They are all standard. It will fit
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Just as confirmation: It will fit the entire MV Agusta modern line of motorcycles.
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Tried the stand for the first time on the RR. Seems like the Plastic-rubber axle insert is too tight. I tried wiggling it in half way and had a hard time pulling it out (ahem..).
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The inside diameter is 43mm. At least on the F3 it is.

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Tried the stand for the first time on the RR. Seems like the Plastic-rubber axle insert is too tight. I tried wiggling it in half way and had a hard time pulling it out (ahem..).
Any ideas?
Some have a tighter fit than others....sand the plastic sleeve down to fit.

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It is a common problem. The plastic swells. It was not designed to be an everyday stand but part of the shipping package
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