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Pit Bull Hybrid One Armed Rear Stand Ducati
  • Pit Bull Hybrid One Armed Rear Stand Ducati - One Pin
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The Pit Bull Hybrid One Armed Rear Stand features a removable handle which allows you to use the stand with the handle going either forward or toward the rear of the bike. The handle can be installed going either to the front or back on the drive side, but only to the rear on the non-drive side of most motorcycles.

When installed on the drive side, it allows wheel removal; when installed on the non-drive side, it allows easy sprocket removal. It offers great leverage and stability, and the ball bearing head makes it easy to spin the wheel for chain oiling.

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Please choose either one pin or two pins:

  • One pin for stand use on drive side only. This pin is the Ducati D Pin.
  • Two pins for stand use on both drive and non-drive side. These pins are the Ducati D Pin and the Ducati DR Pin.

Fits: Ducati 998, 996, 916, 848, 748, Monster 796, 848 Streetfighter, HyperMotard, Monster 1100, Monster S4R, Monster S2R, Multistrada 1000, Multistrada 1100, M900E.

Fitment Notes & Exceptions

  • Does not fit Ducati 1098, 1198, 1199, Diavel, Multistrada 1200, Monster 1200 or Streetfighter 1098/1198
Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
One Pin 889586 F0099-100 Available: Usually ships in 2-3 business days
Two Pins 889588 F0099-110 Available: Usually ships in 2-3 business days


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Great, but overkill...? The pitbull stand is a great stand and entirely as-advertised. In my opinion it is over-engineered and costs a bit more than I'd like but it is among the best of it's kind and that costs a bit more. It operates beautifully. The only niggle I have is that the bike doesn't seem level when on the stand, but rather leaning slightly to the rider's right. Not a big deal but for a premium product and price.... November 23, 2015
Always the best! Yes this stand always cost a little more, but it's the "Best." By the time you buy another stand, and extra pin, you're Not saving much $. Bottom line, you always get the Best with "Pitbull" products. I personally don't want to trust putting my motorcycle on another stand, just because I can save <> $ 30.00? I really like the finish on the stand also. Looks Great, Easy to use, and you can use the handle in either direction! No brainier! J September 28, 2015
Piece of cake Probably the first piece of maintenance equipment you should buy for your bike. Makes chain cleaning so easy! August 10, 2015
Easy to use, effective, doesn't save much space This one-armed stand is as described. It is well-built and easy to switch between drive and non-drive side. It's also easier to use than some traditional rear or front stands. My one complaint is that it really doesn't save much space. I bought it to keep my Ducati Monster up against the back wall of my garage as tightly as possible. However, by the time I get the bike against the wall and engage the stand, it's about the same amount of space as just using the kick-stand. Actually, with the kickstand, the bike leans against the wall, which makes it feel like more space than when it's straight up on the stand. If you need a stand, this one is great. If you need space, just use your kick-stand. August 2, 2015
Great Stand It looks really cool, it's beefy, badass, and works from multiple positions. Pretty much everything you could want from a stand. Sure it's not cheap, but you get what you pay for and I feel like this is a stand that will last me forever. I feel very comfortable doing work on my bike while it is up on this stand. It's also pretty easy to lift the bike with it, and having the extra pin sure is handy. Chain jobs are a breeze with nothing in the way and a spinning wheel. The other day I removed an engine bolt while the bike was on this stand, and I had a jackstand underneath the engine pushing up on it to relieve tension from the bolt I was removing. I was installing a set of frame sliders. Bike was completely stable the whole time. July 21, 2015
I finally broke down I've been on the fence for a long time about paying the extra bucks for the Pit Bull brand of stands. I doubt there are ANY that will work for any price on BMW/MV/Ducati/HondaVFR single side swingarm much less work well. Once you handle a bike with one, you'll want the rest of their line .because of the confidence and stability of the bike with a wheel off, or both wheels off. You literally could put it up and remove both wheels and let kids climb around on them, My first, but not my last Pit Bull product. July 15, 2015
Pit Bull = Sturdy Got this for my Ducati m796 w/single sided swingarm. Heavy steel construction, fits the hollow axle perfectly, easy to use, made in US. Looks good doing it's job. I went ahead and got the extra pin version for working on either side. Good example of "you get what you pay for". Thumbs Up March 2, 2015
Great Product The Pit Bull rear wheel stand is a great product that makes getting your bike on the stand safe and easy. The reversible handle is great and saves space in my garage. Saving up the front wheel stand next! February 16, 2015
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Already Asked: 11 Questions, 56 Answers
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Thomas J: Reviews and because of Ducati bike work. Sep 20, 2015
Michael C: Bike storage and minor maintenance Sep 17, 2015
Michael K: for my s4r
ease of use
quality of product
Sep 3, 2015
Michael M: personal Sep 3, 2015
DUSTY F: Best stand on the market Aug 24, 2015
Ralph W: good stand Aug 21, 2015
ROZI S: I choose these item i think after reading some forum comment regarding these item is very nice build and strong. But anyway need to try then knows how great these product. The stand can be use on any single arm bike yet only to purchase additonal requirement pins. Hoping these product really proof it durability. Aug 18, 2015
Bob T: Best quality paddock stand on the market! Made in USA! Beautiful tig welds! QUALITY! Nuf said... Aug 15, 2015
Broderick H: Very good reputation for high quality, very happy with this product Jun 19, 2015
WILL F: Pit Bull makes the best stands out there, and I needed a single sided swing arm stand. Jun 8, 2015
Lauren C: Pit Bull stands are strong and fit well. The design is nice and the price is reasonable. I own many Pit Bull stands but I wanted this one in particular because the lift arm moves forward rather than back which works better for a Ducati I have on display in the house. May 17, 2015
William P: I required a stand that can be used on both sides May 5, 2015
Mitchell C: To keep the rear wheel of my Ducati Monster from walking when hauling in my cargo trailer with my Goldwing 1800 on touring trips. Great buy and you can't beat the price. Easy returns and free shipping on this item is a win win! Mar 3, 2015
Timothy S: Awesome reputation for build quality and cost. Mar 3, 2015
Ken T: I have four other pit bull stands; you can park a tank on these stands, I won't use anything else. Feb 20, 2015
Victor A: cause Antony said its the $hit!!!! :) Feb 13, 2015
neil c: chain maintenance on a recently purchased multistrada Dec 5, 2014
Christopher J: Great quality stand. Own them before. Nov 5, 2014
Paul P: Pit Bull quality Oct 17, 2014
M W: The dealer charges me extra to change a tire mounted on the bike. I have to either buy the tire at the dealer at a $20.00 to $25.00 premium or I have to have someone follow me to drop off a third party tire. Aug 8, 2014
Aaron M: I have a Pit Bull stand for my other bikes, well made, easy to use and no worries. I bought this one for my single sided swing arm bike. Jul 17, 2014
Jonathan V: Best you can get Jul 3, 2014
J J: Need stand for my 2013 Ducati Hypermotard and Pit Bull stands are quality. Jun 1, 2014
Walter S: looked very beefy in construction...well made. May 27, 2014
Christopher N: Great stand, excellent build quality. Apr 28, 2014
Isaac A: Needed for repairs on my bike. Apr 28, 2014
colin l: Good product, liked the double sided option Apr 23, 2014
David G: Best quality and features of all the single sided swingarm stands I've seen out there. Apr 22, 2014
Roger L: Maintenance Mar 29, 2014
Greggory G: bought a new bike, needed a rear stand to be able to do some work on it. Mar 11, 2014
ronald m: Because i love my Ducati!!! Nov 10, 2013
Wade S: Video review and customer reviews. Oct 26, 2013
John R: Revzilla reviews of the Pitbull, the American made factor and what looks like a well put Together product. Sep 29, 2013
Bill B: Cause it's cool! Sep 3, 2013
A shopper asked: Will this stand work for Ducati Monster 696? Nov 11, 2014
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Vincent P: The one armed rear stand is desiged for the S2R, the stand lifts the rear wheel by levering the rear axel using an access hole in its swing arm. The swing arm is single-side and made from aluminum tubing. Not being fully sure, but from images it looks like the 696 does not have a similar swing arm making this stand not suitable for a 696. Nov 13, 2014
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Craig H: No, this model is for single-sided swingarm Ducatis. You'll need the standard model Pitbull... You'll also need to install swingarm spools for the stand to hook onto. Just google swingarm spools Ducati Monster and they'll pop up.

These are great stands... I've got them for all of my bikes.

Good luck!
Nov 11, 2014
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Ahmed S: I highly doubt it. This is for a bike with a single sided swing arm, which the 696 is not. Nov 11, 2014
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Clifford H asked: Will this stand work with 2013 Multistrada? Thanks Sep 30, 2014
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David R: According to PitBull's website if you have:

Multistrada 1200 = part: F0099-200
Multistrada 1000 = part: F0099-100

I believe the part on this page is F0099-100 since it fits the 748 which is what I have.
Sep 30, 2014
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Mark F: Will not fit a Multistrada 1200...Pitbull does make a model that will fit,you just have to make sure it has the correct pin. Sep 30, 2014
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Clifford H: Guess not! Just saw the exceptions note..... darn. Sep 30, 2014
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A S asked: 2014 Monster 786 ABS. Do I need both pins $199, or not $169?
Sep 15, 2014
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Marco R: Hi and thanks for submitting your question. Whether or not to buy the stand with one or two pins is entirely based on your needs. If you only need the stand to lift your bike to avoid flat-spots, then one pin is enough. However, if you are an experienced do-it-yourselfer where you will need to lift your bike and remove your rear wheel, then you will need the two pins. Each pin has a different diameter, depending on which side you will lift your bike from. As for myself, I have a 2013 monster 796 abs as well and I stuck with the one pin and I am extremely satisfied with the product. You can't go wrong with this stand.
Thanks again for your request and hope that this response will help you in the purchase of the Pit Bull hybride one armed rear stand.
Best regards!!!
Sep 15, 2014
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Matthew J: When I bought the stand I got it with both pins. You will have to decide if you will want to remove the tire or change the sprocket and chain. If you're not interested in doing these things yourself, then stick with just the one pin. The stand will still allow you easy access for chain cleaning, oil changes, etc. Either way it's a great stand and you won't regret the purchase. Sep 15, 2014
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Craig H: Go ahead and pay for both... Having both pins will alow you to lift the bike from both sides... It's nice because it allows you clear access to the drive side if needed - like if you are doing work on the sprockets, chain, etc... It's a must. Also, it gives you more options for storage... If you're tight on room you can lift from the best side for your sutuation. Sep 15, 2014
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A shopper asked: What is the difference between one pin and two pin? Mar 27, 2015
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Vincent P: if the stand comes with only a single pin it can only be used on the drivers side. If purchased with 2-pins the second pin enables the stand to be set up on the passenger's side. You remove the wheel from the driver's side, sprocket from left side. Mar 29, 2015
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Craig H: The single pin only lifts the bike from the drive side. If you get both pins you can lift from both sides... The non-drive side needs a smaller pin. I would suggest getting both if you plan to do any maintenance on the sprocket or chain. Mar 27, 2015
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Chris H asked: Do I need any additional parts to make this stand work with my ducatti hypermotard?
Would a different stand work better?
Jan 22, 2015
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Craig H: Buy the stand that comes with both pins - one for the drive side and one for the non-drive side. This will give you options for lifting the bike from either side. I've got a couple of these and they're awesome! Jan 22, 2015
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James G: No, everything you need is included. Works great. Jan 23, 2015
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A shopper asked: I have a Streetfighter 848, and I have the Rizoma rear wheel sliders installed on it, which blocks off the rear wheel axle. I suppose I need to take them off to have this product to work? Thanks! Nov 16, 2014
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Keith F: Yes, you will need to remove the Rizoma axle slider to use this rear stand. Nov 30, 2014
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Jonathan H: Correct. The pins on the stand slide into the axle. Nov 30, 2014
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A shopper asked: Hi
I know my bike was not listed as 'compatible' with this stand (Pit Bull Hybrid One Armed Rear Stand Ducati), but perhaps it's because the model is so new.

Will this work with a 2014 Ducati Monster 1200S ???

Thanks in advance,

Jul 16, 2014
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Craig H: Paul,

I'd call my Ducati dealer (Ducati of Indianapolis) at 317-337-1098. These guys will know.

Jul 16, 2014
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Reginald B: This stand should work with all Ducati single side swing arms bikes Aug 26, 2014
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A shopper asked: What part or product would I need to have it fit a Streetfighter 1098S? Sep 1, 2013
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Vincent P: I bought this stand for my Ducati Monster S2R 800. It fits well. Looking at your Streetfighter 1098s the axle looks to be the same. I would give my local Ducati dealer a quick call and ask them if the axles on S2R 800 have the same inside dimentions as on your bike. If they do your likely good to go. If not then simply check on the correct pin size. They are a bit of a pain because they are different from right to left side of the bike. Swapping them out takes time when you need to switch sides for repairs. Sep 26, 2013
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Matthew J: You need to get both pins when you order the stand. This will allow you to lift the bike from either side. There should be a drop down menu for "both pins", or a separate option for a stand with both pins. Keep in mind that ordering both pins will cost a little extra. I have a 2012 Monster 796 and I ordered this stand with both pins and I'm very glad I made that choice. Enjoy Sep 25, 2013
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A S asked: I just bought a 2015 Diavel dark, would this pull bin work ? if not which one would you recommend ?

thank you
Dec 22, 2014
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Leon C: If you can get one to fit a Diavel get it. It's well worth the money. Also get the second pin for the right side (if a different pin diameter is required). Makes wheel and chain maintenance a breeze. And, if you lift the handle just off of the floor, when the bike is on it, you can roll the bike fore and aft.
I couldn't do without it.
Dec 30, 2014
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Daniel L asked: I purchased this stand a while ago for a Ducati Monster S2R 1000 and it fit great. I now have a Ducati StreetFigher 1098 with the larger axel diameter. Will this stand fit the larger 1098 if I purchase the 43MM pin? Or are the two stands so different that I would have to buy the 1098 stand in addition to this stand? Sep 18, 2014
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chad m: You will be fine with the same stand you just need to get the larger 43mm pin. Oct 1, 2014
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