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I need to borrow a stand

anyone got a single sided swingarm stand, pitbull or ducati paddock stand I can borrow for a few weeks? Got some work I need to do to the multistrada but the 916 project is hoggin my stand at the moment.




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anyone got a single sided swingarm stand, pitbull or ducati paddock stand I can borrow for a few weeks? Got some work I need to do to the multistrada but the 916 project is hoggin my stand at the moment.
Sorry Bro - I got fucked on the whole Single Sided thing with the 9 and my stand is a Bi

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Sorry Bro - I got fucked on the whole Single Sided thing with the 9 and my stand is a Bi
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I just sold my dual stand and am getting a sssa stand in a few weeks from a friend. If you still need it by then, I will let you borrow it.

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I have a couple MV stands that might work. But not sure next time I'm coming your way...
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the MV F4/Brutale axle is bigger than the ducs

Tony, I can probably spare one for a while
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just get the 916 to rolling chassis level of completion and lean it against the wall like a mountain bike!

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I have one
You wanna come look at the bike.. You can borrow it.. Might have to help me shift some shit around so the bike can lean over..
I have front and rear stands for it (pit bull.. and the good one that goes under the tree.. not the fork tubes so u can work on the forks when its up)
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Hey Tony, I have a Pitbull one that I use for my Multi. You're welcome to borrow it.

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just get the 916 to rolling chassis level of completion and lean it against the wall like a mountain bike!
Wish I could but my shock mounts and my triples are still out to powder coat. Let me see what I can figure out here. Need to get the forks off the multi, and shipped out to corse asap.




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you see my post tony?
yup, i'll let ya know, not sure if that front stand will work on the multi




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yup, i'll let ya know, not sure if that front stand will work on the multi

Righto.. I misread.. Thought you needed 9*6

I went looking.. They dont sell one like mine anymore... (or at least i didnt see it)
The front is 2 pieces.. a frame and then a rod with a fork on it. the fork goes under the tree and you lever it up with the frame
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