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The Pit Bull Bonneville Rear Stand was developed to address the needs of bikes with low pipes that prevent our traditional standard rear stand from accessing the swingarm. This stand addresses the needs of bikes like the Triumph Bonneville, Triumph Thruxton, Harley Sportster, Norton Commando, and other models with similar needs from a rear stand.
Both removable handle and non-removable handle measures 12" inches.
Extended handle measures 15" inches.
NOTE: Norton Commando owners who do NOT want to install spools on their rear shock bolts could use this stand as an alternative.
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James H: Pitbull recommends the bonneville stand for the CTX700D due to the way the swingarm and tailpipe are configured. I need a way to easily and quickly lube the chain and work on various other parts of my bike that are not easy to do without one, it's not impossible to do by any means but this stand will help facilitate a lot of future work on my bike.Mar 14, 2015
Daniel G: This will work for a Honda CTX700 and gets excellent reviews.Oct 31, 2014
Harry F: According to Pit Bull, this is the stand that works best with the Honda CTX700.Jul 23, 2014
Morgan L:Yes, it should fit just fine. I have a Thruxton, and that's the same rear swing-arm. I have no fitment issues, and you won't even have the same potential exhaust clearance issues on your Scrambler.
This is a well-built stand. It was expensive for a paddock stand, but the fit and quality are excellent.Apr 4, 2014
David H. D:I went to the Pit Bull website and did the talk to a live agent. I asked if the standard stand would fit a 2013 YAMAHA V STAR 250. They responded with order the Triumph Bonneville stand. So I did and it fits perfect. I would contact Pit Bull but buy it from Revzilla for the free shipping. Good Luck.Apr 5, 2014
Matthew G:I believe that a Scrambler is the same frame as a bonneville with a few differences in suspension and well exhaust obviously, but since you have high pipes, you don't necessarily need the bonneville specific stand since it was designed to clear the exhaust without having to unmount it. Regardless, it's a terrific stand and will work just fine for you.May 6, 2014
Mannie B:Yes, I have a mag wheeled Bonneville and the stand works perfectly. The stand fits between the swingarm and exhaust and lifts from the swingarm. It is a very well built and sturdy stand. While it is more pricey than other stands out there, you are getting a high quality product that will last you a lifetime and beyond. Aug 17, 2014
David H. D:I don't ride a Bonneville. The stand is built this way to fit between the exhaust and the swing arm. If the photo of the stand in use was angled the other way it would be clear why they build it this way. The wheel should not make a differance, only the exhaust. Call Pit Bull and ask to be sure.Aug 17, 2014
Merrill O:Yes. I been using it for a year to work on and clean -- great for cleaning and lubing chain -- and I kept the bike on the stand for the whole miserable winter we had in New York last year. Study, easy to use, just need to adjust width to fit the width of your swing arms.Aug 18, 2014
Merrill O:Yes, I've been using it for a year to work on and clean my bike. It's great for cleaning and lubing chain. I left the bike on the stand all last winter with no problem. You just adjust the stand to fit the width of your swing arms.Aug 18, 2014
Bernard D:Non-spool. 2 adjustable L-shaped brackets fit up under each swing arm. The bottom of the L is made up of a large cylindrical piece for full engagement while rotating the stand. The vertical part of the L is a flat, thin piece that fits comfortably in the small space between the swing arms and mufflers (I'm using this on a '13 Thruxton with stock mufflers).Oct 27, 2013
Timothy D:This is a non spool model as is. It would be possible to custom mount spools on a Triumph twin and purchase Pit Bull spool stand bits and use them on this stand, but I would ask Pit Bull to be sure for any specific application. This is a great stand and I have had no problems out of it. Great quality.Oct 27, 2013