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Pit Bull Hybrid One Armed Rear Stand Triumph

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The Pit Bull Hybrid One Armed Rear Stand Triumph 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 is the Triumph T Pin.
  • Two pins for stand use on either drive or non-drive sides. These pins are the Triumph T and TR Pin.

Fitment Notes & Exceptions

Does not fit the Triumph Explorer 1200.

Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
One Pin 889595 F0099-300 Available: Usually ships in 2-3 business days
Two Pins 889597 F0099-310 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours


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Simple to use and solid This stand is well built and super solid. One look at the clean finish and the Tig welded joints and you will know that you didn't get some cheap knock off. They even put nice roller bearings in the pivot points so the bike glides into position. I leave my Speed Triple on the stand now so it tucks in tighter with it's stable mate. Can't imagine owning a bike with a side stand and not having one of these. November 23, 2015
Works as advertised Easy assembly and works great on my Triumph Speed Triple. Compact design doesn't take a lot of my space in my cramp garage. October 12, 2015
A Solid Product This stand is a "must have" to maintain and adjust the chain on a Speed Triple. It is solid, well built and is a valuable tool in any work shop. It is easy to use and is built to last. The ability to use the stand on either side is a big plus. I am planning to buy the matching Pit Bull front stand soon. September 7, 2015
Stunning product, works very well Bought it for my 14' speed triple, works just as described. I would recommend getting both pins just to have incase you need it (chances are you will). It may seem a little expensive but you don't want to go cheap on the thing that's holding your baby up. Shipping speed was also fantastic, place my order Monday morning and received it Wednesday afternoon! August 19, 2015
Works well This works great on my '13 Speed Triple. If you plan on doing chain/sprocket work, make sure you get both pins - they are different. Pitbull makes a great product, well made, sturdy and easy to use. June 15, 2015
Works great and looks awesome Wanted a stand to help ease wheel and chain cleaning as well as getting the tires off the ground during storage. Good design and seems well built. Just careful when you are removing packaging as I got a bit to excited and cut the bubble wrap a bit to deep and put a scratch in the finish right off the bat. Totally a bone head move!!! Happy and pleased with product. Might look into front stand in the future. April 21, 2015
Convenient stand with great stability. The hybrid stand is extremely easy to use. It goes on and off the bike in seconds. It is also simple and quick to adjust the handle for a forward or backward position, depending on the type of maintenance you are performing. The metal and the welds are sturdy, and the stand seems well-built. Highly recommended. April 13, 2015
Solid stand Nice, solid construction, easy to use. No more walking the bike up and down the drive to oil the chain for me. Also really stoked that it comes with a TR pin already installed. October 31, 2014
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Pit Bull Hybrid One Armed Rear Stand Triumph
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Timothy G: Includes both pins and can be used left or right Jul 16, 2015
Thomas C: It fits the single-sided swingarm of Triumph Speed Triple. It should help with basic maintenance chores like cleaning/lubing the chain and oil changes. Jun 28, 2015
samson o: solid construction Feb 22, 2015
Gregory S: Best option for my bike Oct 13, 2014
Andre M: I just bought the triumph speed triple and I know your in philly and it just made sense to purchase through you guys. May 4, 2014
Michael J: Top rated stand from a top rated seller!! Apr 7, 2014
eric a: Pit bull quality is top notch. Feb 27, 2014
A shopper asked: Hi, this stand looks great for maintenance chores but can it be used for storing the bike for the whole winter or if it's not recommended to leave the bike on it for long periods (5 months for our Canadian winter)? Thx. Aug 26, 2015
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"" ": No problems with leaving it on the stand over the winter. Keeps your tires from sitting in the same spot for long periods of time developing a flat spot and the peg runs long enough that it doesn't really favor/lean to one side of the bike. Works the same as a regular rear stand but gives you access to one side or the other for single-sided swing arm fun. Aug 26, 2015
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john b: I use the Pit Bull front and rear stand. They are absolutely 100% made with the highest quality.
To answer your question, I would say yes. I travel for business sometimes in excess of a year and when I do I leave my bike on the stands without any worrys what so ever.

Aug 26, 2015
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Gregory S: I bought this same stand last fall and using it not only for cleaning the bike and lubing the chain, but also for winter storage. With the bike up on the this stand you can tuck it in tight off the kick stand. Great stand. Aug 27, 2015
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D S: I use mine for long term storage, just be sure to chalk your front tire after its on the stand. The stand's handle doesn't offer much rolling resistance, so the bike can move. Aug 27, 2015
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samson o: I don't work for pit-bull nor am I an engineer, but this product slides inside the axle, so I would see no issue with putting a bike on this stand for months at a time. Aug 26, 2015
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Eric F: I left my bike on it over last winter, no problems. Part of the reason I got it was to keep the tire off the cold garage floor, and for that it worked perfectly. Aug 26, 2015
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Savathi K: I had my '12 Speed Triple in storage, propped up on this stand from beginning of fall thru winter (about 6 months). No issues at all. Aug 26, 2015
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A shopper asked: Purchased the triumph specific stand and I forgot to purchase a pin. Does it makes a difference which one I get? There is the T and the Tr. I have a 2014 street triple r and want to start working on that chain. Thanks for the help.

Jaxon Straub
Sep 22, 2014
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Kevin S: I bought the same stand with both pins. If you have to just choose ONE pin, choose the drive side (left side, as you sit in the bike). You could still clean and lubricate the chain (although your workspace won't be as "busy"), and you have the option of taking your wheel off, as well. Additionally, if you MUST lift it on the non-drive side, the T pin will work, but will fit loosely into the axle because the non-drive I.D. is larger than the drive side I.D.. The I.D of the axle doesn't move when you rotate the wheel, though, so if you must save $30, that's an option, although I'd rather use the appropriate pin. It's easier (for me at least) to lift the bike with the Tr pin on the non-drive side... Leverage is better for lifting by yourself. Confused Yet?? Sep 23, 2014
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ryan f: If you bought the stand from Revzilla it comes with the option of one pin or two, so you would have at least one pin. But...

The Pit Bull T Pin is for use on the drive side ONLY. (left as your sitting on the bike)

The Pit Bull Triumph TR Pin is for use on the non-drive side ONLY.

So for your chain you would want the TR Pin so that the stand is not in the way while you're working. You may want to consider getting both so that the stand will lift from either side of the bike.
Sep 23, 2014
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ryan f: This hybrid stand your asking about is for single sided swing arm bikes like a Speed Triple. I'm not sure that either pin will work for your bike, but if you want to give it a try you definitely want to get the pin for the drive side (T pin) because I don't think its possible to lift a Street Triple from the non drive side.

T Pin - Drive side (side with chain)
TR Pin - Non drive side

There are better stands for your bike that will allow sprocket and chain removal/installation.
Sep 23, 2014
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Ludo M: If you have a street triple you bought the wrong stand. If you meant to write speed triple then the pin that comes with the stand is for the left side of the bike. Left is for taking the wheel off. If you want to take the sprocket off you need the Tr pin which is for the right side of the bike. Sep 22, 2014
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Bill H: Jaxon, the tr pin is for the right side so you can service your chain or remove the sprocket. The t pin is for the left side so you can remove your wheel .for what you want get the tr but having both is a good idea. Hope this helps,bill..... Sep 23, 2014
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Mark O: Jaxon, Yes You Need Both Pins ,The Pins Are Machined To Fit In A Specific Side Of The Axel To Lift From One While Leavin The Other OpenTo Access. Yes It's A Very Fine Tool Made Very Well. Mark Sep 23, 2014
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Paul E: The R should be for the right side of the bike. Sep 22, 2014
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beth d asked: i have athruxton..will this stand do the trick? also which pin for chain cleaning? Jun 10, 2015
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"" ": I believe this is the stand you would be looking for through Revzilla since it is not a single-sided swingarm designed motorycle: http://www.revzilla.com/motorcycle/pit-bull-rear-stand-triumph-bonneville Jun 10, 2015
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Eric F: I got this for my Speed Triple, the Thruxton has a different swingarm so this stand probably isn't going to work for you. If they don't have one specifically for the Thrux, a Bonneville stand is likely to work, they're very similar. Jun 10, 2015
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Mike R: This stand will not work for a Thruxton. This model of the stand is specific for single sided swing arms motorcycles. Jul 1, 2015
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