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post #1 of 20 (permalink) Old 10-14-2005, 04:22 PM Thread Starter
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6ft boner w/ cheesburger on top

Mr. FedEx delivered my PitBull front forklift convertor today along with some other goodies. I love this PitBull stuff, from the quality, to the packaging, and the free sticker

Unfortuntely I have to remove the stupid airbox on my F3 to use the damn thing, but now I can lift the front by the tree so I can rebuild them damn forks! Maybe I'll actually make it to the damn track next year with a leak-free bikes!!!!

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post #2 of 20 (permalink) Old 10-14-2005, 04:23 PM
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mmmmmm, pit bull.

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<----- loves his pitbull stands.

Never a bad time to climb... unless the weather is really horrible, and then you climb inside!

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yeah i picked up two sets of pitbull stands...fronts that lift from the triple and rears. Those things are quality craftsman ship and look pretty good too. Looks like i will be storing my bikes this winter the right way. no more putting the tires on wood for me....

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Just an FYI for those of you with Pitbull front stands that lift the bike from the triple: I advise you NOT to store your bike on this stand during the winter. The pressure exerted on the forks extending down is not good and could cause leakage. You're better off using the stand that hold the forks up or using wood under the tire.

I got this info from Vcook last year. Good advice, bro.

Never a bad time to climb... unless the weather is really horrible, and then you climb inside!

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Just an FYI for those of you with Pitbull front stands that lift the bike from the triple: I advise you NOT to store your bike on this stand during the winter. The pressure exerted on the forks extending down is not good and could cause leakage. You're better off using the stand that hold the forks up or using wood under the tire.

I got this info from Vcook last year. Good advice, bro.
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Just an FYI for those of you with Pitbull front stands that lift the bike from the triple: I advise you NOT to store your bike on this stand during the winter. The pressure exerted on the forks extending down is not good and could cause leakage. You're better off using the stand that hold the forks up or using wood under the tire.

I got this info from Vcook last year. Good advice, bro.
Damn foreal?!?!?! i knew i should have bought the one that converts and does both.

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Oh yeah...Fully is awesome...changed my order...i am getting the front stands with the converter.....Thanks for the heads up Chills and Vcook!!!

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Oh yeah...Fully is awesome...changed my order...i am getting the front stands with the converter.....Thanks for the heads up Chills and Vcook!!!
its a much more versatile stand too, you made the right choice

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post #12 of 20 (permalink) Old 10-14-2005, 06:50 PM Thread Starter
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Weak-ass camera phone pics < Cheeseburgers

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Just an FYI for those of you with Pitbull front stands that lift the bike from the triple: I advise you NOT to store your bike on this stand during the winter. The pressure exerted on the forks extending down is not good and could cause leakage. You're better off using the stand that hold the forks up or using wood under the tire.

I got this info from Vcook last year. Good advice, bro.
Funny how I've stored my bike like that for 5 yrs and never had it leak because the forks werent under compression. The leak was from a spot where the chrome wore through.
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forget the pics of the stands, where are the pics of the cheeseburgers?
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I love pitbulls! Gotta love how you just need to change the pins to use it on different bikes.

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Funny how I've stored my bike like that for 5 yrs and never had it leak because the forks werent under compression. The leak was from a spot where the chrome wore through.
as in anything your mileage may vary. why put strain on them though? and if you think they werent under a certain amount of strain doing that you're lying.

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and if you think they werent under a certain amount of strain doing that you're lying.
Not to split hairs, but if he 'thinks' something then he's not technically lying, just mistaken, unaware, and/or simply wrong. I know I don't like to be called a liar...

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Not to split hairs, but if he 'thinks' something then he's not technically lying, just mistaken, unaware, and/or simply wrong. I know I don't like to be called a liar...
YOU ARE A LIAR!!!







i should have said "you're kidding yourself".

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The goddamnd pen is blue!

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