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Ltb paddock stand

Looking to buy a paddock stand, for MV's, does anyone know where I can get one simillar to the one in this pic, second hand or new
I used advanced search nothing came up, design course has one kind of same but very expensive


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Try Alex
https://mygpracing.com/product/pro-s...wingarm-stand/
even yellow wheels
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Good call, Edward. If I were SAROY I'd be ordering that in a flash. You guys have all the good stuff!

However, for @SAROY 's info, shipping will cost around £80.00 and there might be customs. I learnt this when I recently purchased and imported a Pit Bull 'single arm' stand.
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Good call, Edward. If I were SAROY I'd be ordering that in a flash. You guys have all the good stuff!

However, for @SAROY 's info, shipping will cost around £80.00 and there might be customs. I learnt this when I recently purchased and imported a Pit Bull 'single arm' stand.
the stand I looked at from Design Course was £400+, although it did look amazing quality.

The basic one I bought from you nigel does the job for all MV's, just wanted something specual for the Pirelli
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The reason you DON'T want a stand with a loop handle ......it only works on the sprocket side for changing tires,
You can't service the sprocket/cush drive, which you need to on the criples
You might want to take a picture of a black bike and black stand with a light background......so we can see it

The most functional stand is the T-Rex, has a reversible handle so you won't trip on it and a retention bolt so you can warm the bike
on the stand......it's cheaper than the PitBull too

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+1 for the T-Rex stand. Very well made and easy to use on either side of the bike.

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Or if youre dropping 500 doubloons anyways, get a Bursig. Not an aesthetic piece but at that point you can roll it around the garage with nothing but a frame/engine in place if you wanted to..


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Or if youre dropping 500 doubloons anyways, get a Bursig. Not an aesthetic piece but at that point you can roll it around the garage with nothing but a frame/engine in place if you wanted to..
+1 If you’re not just using it for display. The bursig style stands are amazing for working on the bike, and invaluable for tear down all the way to the frame

What we've got here, is failure to communicate.


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Abba is another lift. My fav...
https://abbastandsusa.com/product-de...ky-lift&pid=44

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Abba is another lift. My fav...
True, but they're a pain in the butt and nowhere near the practical, timeless operation of a single-sided axle stand. (For clarification, I do have an ABBA Superbike Stand with both MV and Honda fittings, and a Pit Pull for the MV. I view the ABBA as more of a permanent/maintenance stand rather than one for short-term usage.)
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