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The Pit Bull Spooled Rear Stand lifts spool-equipped bikes. It is width adjustable to fit virtually all spool-equipped sport bikes. Same as Standard, SS and 999 Rear Stands except for interchangeable top supports. Sold complete with spooled top supports.

Available in three handle types: Non-Removable, Removable, and Extended Removable.

Removable Handle Stands allow you to use up less storage space and create less of a trip hazard in front (or rear) of your motorcycle.

Both removable handle and non-removable handle measures 12" inches.

Extended handle measures 15" inches.

Note: Spools sold separately.

Note: Stand does not work on 2008+ Hayabusa or ZX14R unless the stock fender is removed. Use the Pit Bull Rear Stand ZRX/Hayabusa/ZX14R for the late model Busa or ZX14R with stock fender.

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Pit Bull Spooled Rear Stand
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Daniel V: Great Reviews, should last, American Made (I think), and will not get in the way as much when performing work on a bike compared to the side lift model. Apr 12, 2014
Joseph S: Chain maintenance Mar 29, 2014
Evan T: I read many reviews about this stand stating its high quality, you really do get what you pay for. Mar 24, 2014
Kurt G: "Needed a practical way of maintaining and servicing my Suzuki VStrom and this stand received very positive reviews it works perfectly needless to say and it is very well made. Mar 21, 2014
joseph m: another must need for storage and maintenance Mar 14, 2014
Sean L: I need a rear stand for my R6, and everyone SHOULD know that Pitbull makes the top-of-the-line stands. The looks and craftsman ship are second to none, because they are made right here in the USA. Not some over seas sweatshops who could care less about the quality of there items.. Mar 9, 2014
Xantier W: Because Pit Bull Jan 10, 2014
D A: The best stand...at least I think so. Jan 9, 2014
Jarred A: Overall construction looks good, solid one piece design and excellent reviews Jan 7, 2014
Christopher F: Best Stands available period Dec 14, 2013
Steven F: Perfect welds! USA Quality. Can't wait to use it. Dec 11, 2013
Matt S: This product gets a lot of good reviews and want the best equipment for something holding my bike off the ground! Dec 4, 2013
Luther C: so i can perform maintenance on my bike, mostly oiling the chain Oct 21, 2013
Shirley L: useful Oct 19, 2013
Armin P: Video review results on google about it. Oct 16, 2013
Athena M: I was nervous about putting the bike on a rear stand by myself but with the extended arm these is so incredibly easy to use. Highly recommend this stand. Sep 26, 2013
Mike H: I already had Pitbull spools on my V-Strom DL650A, so going with a Pitbull stand was a no braine

I love the quality of the Pitbull spooled rear stand, the lifetime warranty, and the fact that it's 100% made in the USA (Huntsville, AL)!

Great product and works as advertised.
Sep 16, 2013
Scott L asked: Will this work on my 2007 Kawasaki ZZR 600? Apr 7, 2014
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Kyle K: if your motorcycle has spindles on the back in the swing arm it will work.is it doesn't have spindles either add some or add the bungs and add some and it'll work. you could also purchased the kind it does not require bungs and just sit flat under the swing arm but they're not as safe Apr 7, 2014
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John D: They are all standard for japanese bikes so whatever color you want...they typically come in anodized alluminum. They have the frame slider type if you want. Apr 10, 2014
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Lane S: I can't tell you for sure, but if your bike has spools I'd be very surprised if it didn't. It has quite a range of adjustment Apr 7, 2014
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John D: Certainly will Apr 10, 2014
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Scott L: Do I need to purchase spools? If so, would you happen to knew what size? Apr 10, 2014
mark t asked: Hi can I use this on my 2013 Daytona 675? Aug 25, 2013
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Stephen M: Hi Mark. I have the 2012, so I had to look at pictures of the 2013. It appears that yours also has threaded spool holes in the swingarm, a couple of inches in front of the axle. The 2012 uses spools with 8mm bolts. I don't know about the 2013. I bought the Pit Bull Delrin spools. They're great. I can tell you that this stand works perfectly on my 2012. Hope that helps. Aug 26, 2013
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Devin W: You sure can. The stand offers adjustable widths so it will fit just about any rear wheel you put it to. It fits my 2012 Daytona just fine. Ride safe Aug 26, 2013
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Patrick M: If think so if you get the proper spool size. Spools are sold separately. This stand is adjustable so I'm pretty sure it would fit your bike. Aug 30, 2013
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Michael J: What is the difference between this and the Standard? I have a '13 675R and have 8mm spools on them. trying to figure out which stand i need to get Nov 5, 2013
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A shopper asked: I have a 2012 Ducati Monster 1100 EVO which Pit Bull rear stand do you recommend and any other attachments I would need? Nov 25, 2013
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Daniel T: This is the stand you are looking for. http://www.revzilla.com/motorcycle/pit-bull-hybrid-one-armed-rear-stand-ducati#fitment_tab
You have two options to choos from. they will be one pin and two pin. Either one will work. The two pin option will allow you to mount the stand on eiyher side of the wheel. The one pin option will only allow you to mount to the drive side of the wheel.
Nov 25, 2013
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John D: As long as the spools are located in approximately the same position as a traditional swingarm (Yours being single sided) you will be fine. The U hooks for the spools are adjustable and lock well into place. I use this stand for my Kawi Z1000 and have to interference/clearance problems anywhere. Additionally, you will feel confident with your bike on this stand as it is EXTREMELY durable and sturdy. Hope this helps. Nov 26, 2013
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Oliver H: I bought it for my Suzuki B-King and paired with the propper spools wich are also availible on RevZilla it works just fine. Nov 26, 2013
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Benjamin V asked: Is this stand compatible with a 2004 GSX-R 600? Nov 24, 2013
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Trae S: As long as you have spools on your swing arm you should be fine. If I'm not mistaken the 04 and 05 gixxer 600 are the same platform. The stand works flawlessly for me and i have an 05. The spool mounts on the stand are adjustable to accomodate various widths. My only regret was not buying the model with the detachable handle. I have a two car garage and although the handle isn't terribly long it would be helpful to be able to remove it when working on various projects as I sometimes find myself tripping over it. Nov 24, 2013
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Stephen M: According to Pitbull, your '04 uses 8mm spools.Put some onto your swingarm and this stand should work. Width on this stand is easily adjustable. I have used it on a '12 Daytona 675R and a '13 ZX10R. Great stand. Nov 24, 2013
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John D: Its a traditional Japanese sportbike with a standard swingarm so yes it will be a perfect fit. Nov 26, 2013
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Product Style RevZilla SKU ID Manufacturer Product # Availability
Non-Removable Handle 889490 F0003-000 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Removable Handle 889491 F0003A-000 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Extended Removable Handle 889492 F0003AA-000 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours