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Pitbull front stand... what am i doing wrong here

old style pitbull stand for the triple. Ive got the correct pin

how do i get the bike up onto the stand...





i dont think i have to lift the bike by hand do i, theres gotta be somethign im missing

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Pull the handle up and push the base in (mostlt pushing the base in). It's not super easy, but that's the way I always did it.

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/\ ditto, dood, your stand looks like its missing part of it? Maybe not but here's how i use mine.

Fit pin in hole, get the wheels on ground and then pull the bottom section towards the ground and itll lift.

Its gonna look like its about to fit your fender but it wont.

just took this pic

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A) Get rid of that terrible bike
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and your yami is any better. oh wait you have .1 years riding so what would you know about muscle

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did you slide the front forks up to compensate???




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That is the strangest looking Pit Bull stand I've ever seen. I don't even see it on their website.

Always use a rear stand w/ a front. You can get away with if you're really careful with the pin style, which it sorta looks like yours is, but its risky.

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That's the old style PitBull Front stand.

You really need to use this with a rear stand.


Why did I think you put the bottom flat and rotated the arm ???



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and your yami is any better. oh wait you have .1 years riding so what would you know about muscle
How the hell do you get years of riding and compare it to muscle. Think next time you type something.
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Pit bull stands are made to be near effortless. I think Blarney is right. Unless it were pressing, I would wait and call Pitbull in the morning, and see what they say. Gus was in wonder at the rear stand for my 996. It is built awesome and works perfect. Too bad my bike was not made to work with a center pin.
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/\ ditto, dood, your stand looks like its missing part of it? Maybe not but here's how i use mine.

Fit pin in hole, get the wheels on ground and then pull the bottom section towards the ground and itll lift.

Its gonna look like its about to fit your fender but it wont.

just took this pic
I have to agree something looks missing on that stand but you should defininately lift the bike from the rear first because you run the risk of dropping it with the weight..

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A. I tend to think of what C2M meant was why put down someone's bike when they are asking for advice.

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and your yami is any better. oh wait you have .1 years riding so what would you know about muscle

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Okay fair enough and that makes sense, either way that stand is missing parts from the picture, did you get a rear stand pilot?

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All the parts are there..... it's just the old style stand.


You need a rear stand to get started.


I think then you just step on the front 'leg' and lift the red handle.


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You do have it already on a rear stand right? I've been warned just using a front stand is a bad idea.
its in my rear stand for the pics, thats the only reason its standing up (not a pitbull rear stand though

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/\ ditto, dood, your stand looks like its missing part of it? Maybe not but here's how i use mine.

Fit pin in hole, get the wheels on ground and then pull the bottom section towards the ground and itll lift.

Its gonna look like its about to fit your fender but it wont.
clearance for the fender is about 1"

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did you slide the front forks up to compensate???

Shit i knew i was forgetting something



as it wasnt readily obvious as to where i was going after about 10 mins of standing there tryign various things to get it on teh stand i called it quits and figured it was time to ask those more knowledgable than I, id really rather not be picking the bike up off its side

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just make sure that the pin is all the way in before you press down, otehrwise the front will be resting on the stand = cracks in between your lights. Ask me how i know...

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All the parts are there..... it's just the old style stand.


You need a rear stand to get started.


I think then you just step on the front 'leg' and lift the red handle.


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so... when i lift the handle, i stand to the side and step on the enf of the leg?


i dont need a pitbull rear stand right, those lift the rear about 2x as high as my current rear stand



i figured itd be a peice of cake like the new style is... shouldnt be too hard to cut and weld this one into the form of a new style...i hope

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just make sure that the pin is all the way in before you press down, otehrwise the front will be resting on the stand = cracks in between your lights. Ask me how i know...
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i dont need a pitbull rear stand right, those lift the rear about 2x as high as my current rear stand
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LOL, he has one and is in use on the picture. it doesn't lift the bike as high as the pit bull though.

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Its not for the lift height, its for the stability. Get a rear stand, even if its a cheap one
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so... when i lift the handle, i stand to the side and step on the enf of the leg?

i dont need a pitbull rear stand right, those lift the rear about 2x as high as my current rear stand

i figured itd be a peice of cake like the new style is... shouldnt be too hard to cut and weld this one into the form of a new style...i hope
1. I can't see the pic so i may be totally off. I stand in front and push down.

2. No, but might as well have a matching set.

3. Umm, i wouldn't cut or weld anything. Sell it and get the new version.

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All the parts are there..... it's just the old style stand.


You need a rear stand to get started.


I think then you just step on the front 'leg' and lift the red handle.


Tom


what he said.

The old design isn't efficient but it'll hold your bike fine. The modern stand(Woodcraft copy) works much better.

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I have to agree something looks missing on that stand but you should defininately lift the bike from the rear first because you run the risk of dropping it with the weight..



A. I tend to think of what C2M meant was why put down someone's bike when they are asking for advice.

B. bad advice to tell someone to jack up the bike from the front by telling them to get some muscle.
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oh Jason, don't make me feel bad....
nothin to feel bad about, i couldnt figure it out, came real close to getting the cutting wheel adnd welder out last ngiht but figured id ask first before i start cutting

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1. I can't see the pic so i may be totally off. I stand in front and push down.

2. No, but might as well have a matching set.

3. Umm, i wouldn't cut or weld anything. Sell it and get the new version.
1)you have a new style stand, the old one works different, new is far far easier, tried one
2)bah not worth the coin, i didnt want to buy a PB front in the first place but couldnt figure out the geometry to build a copy of my own
3)i love to cut adn weld, when im finished itd be updated to work like a new style stand

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2)bah not worth the coin, i didnt want to buy a PB front in the first place but couldnt figure out the geometry to build a copy of my own

Keep searching. Found a local guy on CLSB for $70.

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