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Old 05-01-2006, 03:19 PM   #1
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What rearstands do you recomend?
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Old 05-01-2006, 03:19 PM   #2
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Is that the spooled rear stands that Patrick has in stock over at M.U.?

What do they usually run?
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They have one that can be used with spools or without. They are not the cheapest but they are the best. One colapsed stand and you will never own anything else.
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What's the cost on a spooled stand 100, 130, 150 more?
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Vortex makes a stand similar in design to the pitbull.. Dunno if it can be used without spools though.
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I'll be getting my spools tomorrow.
But would like to get the rear stand also.
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Old 05-01-2006, 04:51 PM   #9
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Anyone got some of the blue locktite I can use?
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I have some, but you're prolly 60 miles from me. :eh:
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Sure why not... don't you have some after hourse work that day as well?
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yes patrick does carry the rear pitbull stands in stock
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Yea but that's evening goodness!
Maybe you can come over let me use the locktight and roll with us to Clarks :dontknow:
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yes patrick does carry the rear pitbull stands in stock
What's the price bro?
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Spool-type stands from Handy are 100 dollars a set (front and back) and are good quality. not pit bull exactly, but I'd rather spend the money saved on other things. If I had unlimited budget...I would buy the pit bull.

I may end up buying the pit bull stand that picks up the front end at the triple tree to allow for front fork removal.
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What rearstands do you recomend?
I'm looking to pick one up here this weekend if not sooner.

Get a pitbull it can do both spooled or not
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+ 1 on the handy stands you can get front and back for 100 bucks
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