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The Pit Bull Spooled Forward Handle Rear Stand lifts spool-equipped bikes. It is width adjustable to fit virtually all sport bikes. It is also height adjustable to set clearance under rear wheel. Same as Standard Forward Handle Rear Stand except for interchangeable top supports. Sold complete with top supports.

Advantages to the forward handle stands: a) user can hold bike's handgrip when getting stand into place, b) no part of stand is behind bike, and c) lower bar of stand helps align axle when installing rear wheel.

NOTE: Not recommended for Moto Guzzi, Buell XB Series, Vintage or 125GP machines.

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Pit Bull Spooled Forward Handle Rear Stand 4.9 5 46 46
Easy to use, great build quality I bought this stand because I had nothing to hold my bike from back(without taking pillion seat off) to deploy conventional rear stand. This one is easy to deploy since you only need to hold the hand bar and bring the bike to the upright position. Note to Ducati 899 owners: You would have to adjust the height of the stand to maximum (maximum clearance) , otherwise the rear wheel will touch the bottom bar and you won't be able to deploy it properly. August 17, 2015
This is an awesome stand This is my second stand. I originally ordered the Pitbull SS Rear stand, but it wouldn't work on my Kawasaki Vulcan S. It would hit the fender and license plate, so I returned it. I got this forward facing rear stand instead, and it works great! I actually prefer the forward handle, as there is less sticking out the back to trip on. Its a tad tricky to get it on the spool, as its a little tough to see the other side of the bike, but after a doing it a few times, it second nature. This is very sturdy, and should last a long, long time. August 10, 2015
Expensive, but convenient I've had this stand for a few months now, using it on my 2005 Suzuki SV650. It takes a little getting figuring out and getting used to, but is really useful once you know how to work it. For instance, on the SV, you need to put the kick-stand up to slide the rear stand into place, then look over the bike to the right side to make sure the spools line up with the stand. Kinda awkward to do the first couple times, but now I can do it in seconds. As always with Pitbull, they're really well built, and sturdy. 4 stars just because they are pretty pricey. August 10, 2015
Great with a S1000R This works good on a table lift. Also, lets you lift your bike by yourself because you are standing beside it not behind. Another good little side issue is the cross bar between the dolly wheels is just the right height to hold the rear tire up some when installing and removing the wheel. August 10, 2015
Excellent product, works great for extended swingarms! I purchased this stand with the intent of saving floor space by not having the handle extend beyond the rear tire. While helping a friend change a rear tire, we quickly discovered that a normal rear-stand will not work on his bike due to the extended swingarm. So we tried my new forward handle stand and it worked great! Thanks Pitbull and Revzilla! August 10, 2015
A quality product for your cherished ride This stand is solid-built and works well with my 2014 ZX-14r. I like being able to hold the left handlebar while lifting the rear. I feel I have more control over the balance of my bike during the process. My bike is new to me and still has the stock pipes on it, so from the angle from which I lift the bike, I have some difficulty seeing the rear spools, but after a few lifts it does become easier and I believe an aftermarket pipe would greatly improve being able to see the spools. As far as specifics for a ZX14r, there is a small fairing that sits on the belly of the bike just in front of the rear wheel. Even with stand set up properly, I find it nearly impossible to connect with the opposite side spool without making slight contact with that piece of plastic. I removed mine so it is no longer a problem, but if you absolutely must have that piece there, just keep this in mind. Overall, it is an innovative, well made product that to me has a distinct and very usable advantage over a standard rear-handled stand. I think for bigger bikes, this is the way to go. Money well spent. July 21, 2015
Forward Handle Rear Spool Stand I recently purchased a forward handle rear spool stand for my Triumph Street Triple R. This well made and adjustable stand feels safer to lift the bike with one person. It allows one person to position themselves next to the bike while at the same time to have good control over the lifting stand and to raise the bike. I do not recall seeing other manufacturers producing a similar stand. July 20, 2015
Well made stand. Overall I'm pleased with my Pit Bull stand. The effort to raise my 2014 Ninja 1000 is a bit higher than I was expecting. It has taken a bit of fiddling with to get it set up correctly but I'm definitely happy I purchased it. Quality/fit and finish of the stand is outstanding! June 22, 2015
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Pit Bull Spooled Forward Handle Rear Stand
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Joshua B: It's much easier and more out of the way than other rear stands... built to last. Aug 9, 2015
leon k: Good reviews. I hope this helps me work on my bike and save storage space in the winter. Made in the USA is a plus, good quality. Jul 6, 2015
Stephen H: Any stand would do. The forward handle is more applicable to my space limitations. May 3, 2015
A S: Taking a long trip, don't wait to ruin my new tires. Also, I live in San Francisco. When the earthquakes hit, I don't want my motorcycle to fall over. May 1, 2015
Douglas W: This will be most useful for track days and for storing my bike for long periods Apr 10, 2015
Martin C: I wanted to be able to lift my bike while standing beside it instead of from behind like other stands. It works great but it is a tad hard to see the spool on the other side. On the Ninja 300 I can just see it between the exhaust and the frame. Mar 22, 2015
Edcel P: I needed a paddock stand to do work on my 899 panigale Mar 10, 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
Troy S: allows rider to better support the bike while getting it up on the stand as well as positive feed back from other rider Nov 19, 2014
Morgan H: I do all of my work by myself so the ability to be holding onto the bars while getting the bike on and off the stand was a big plus for me. I will be writing a review once I've received and used the stand. Oct 26, 2014
Stuart K: Reviewed as one of the best stands on the market. Reliability was important compared to lower price stands. Jun 14, 2014
Lucas F: excellent reviews Jun 3, 2014
Brendon R: I have Children that will be in my garage, and the forward handle looks like less of a trip hazard May 30, 2014
DAVID W: I knew Pit-Bull stand was a quality product. Having a rear handle stand in the past, I wanted a forward handle rear stand this time for ease and convenience of just being able to put the bike up on the stand myself. With the rear handle rear stand, I was never comfortable putting the bike up myself and would always need help. May 10, 2014
Wallace W: Your video explaining the different types of stands and the advantages of each. Apr 25, 2014
cody c: Needed a stand for my bike and didn't want to chance using a cheap piece of junk. I've only heard good things about pit bull so that's what I went with. Keeps my bike up in the air with no worries. Apr 8, 2014
Kyle B: It's a necessity when you plan to do your own maintenance. Feb 20, 2014
ryan g: ease of use Feb 6, 2014
Brian V: Looked like a good product Feb 2, 2014
David M: The forward motion of the stand makes it tricky to get it in place and hold the bike level, you can't see the stand to line it up like a conventional stand. One of the hardest stands on the market to get under your bike. I give it a a 8/10, if you don't need the space savings I would go with a rearward facing stand Jan 24, 2014
Lorenzo S: No other stands can compete with Pit Bull for quality and customer satisfaction. I bought this particular model with the forward handle as I liked the idea of propping the bike up from the side position. Sep 16, 2013
Alex R. G: ease of cleaning rear wheel Aug 30, 2013
P A: It looked practical to do my own maintenance/clean my bike chain Aug 9, 2013
A shopper asked: Guys
How wide will the forward stand go?
I need 15 1/4" center to center on the spools...
Will it work?
Apr 25, 2015
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Frank T: The widest mine will go is 15 1/2". It should work. I think this is a great, bombproof stand. Very well made. Apr 26, 2015
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Roy G: It will work.
I just measured mine and it will adjust to 16½".
It is a very sturdy stand!
Apr 25, 2015
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Timothy H: I measured 15 1/12" Apr 27, 2015
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A shopper asked: Will this stand work with a 2014 Nina 1000 ABS? Jun 7, 2015
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Jonathan J: This stand works with most all bikes with axle sliders. It's adjustable for width and height Jun 7, 2015
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Roy G: It sure will. Jun 8, 2015
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Dawa B asked: Will this bike stand work on a Ducati monster 696 2013? Mar 8, 2015
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Vladimir M: No!!! The 696 does not have spool mounts.
The forward handle standard will work with that bike.
(This answer from official Pit Bull site)
Mar 9, 2015
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Gonzalo A: is this compatible with R&G Spindle Sliders I have on my Triumph Speed Triple 2012? Jun 6, 2015
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Alfred M asked: Is the handle far enough away from the bike that you can put jackstands under solid footpegs to hold up the rear of the bike? Mar 3, 2015
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Roy G: Alfred,

The short answer is no.

However if you have someone help you the stand can motorcycle can be lifted with handle reversed, it's a little tricky but can be done. The jack stands can then placed under the foot pegs.

Regards,
Roy
Mar 3, 2015
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Frank T: I'm not sure why you would want both unless just as insurance, but depending on your jackstand, it will fit. I have jackstands that fit next to the handle and one that will fit over the handle, but you should be able to make it work. The thing I like most about this product is I am able to set it up and take it down easily by myself and with total confidence that I won't drop the bike. One alternative is to put a motorcycle lift on the side opposite the handle? I tried that today in the garage and it works really well. The benefit of that is you can also then strap the bike to the lift for added security. I hope this helps. Mar 4, 2015
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Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
Pit Bull Spooled Forward Handle Rear Stand 889583 F0043-000 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours