The front end stand makes it easy to remove the front wheel on a sport bike. I had been wanting a Pitbull stand for a long time, and no I have it. I'm saving up to buy a Pitbull rear stand, to replace my old cheapie.
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This might be the best money Ive spent on a stand! With the 03-05 R6's and a fork lift stand you couldn't get the front axle out, and once you did the front of the bike was not stable. With this stand takes away that problem and the hassle of messing with the stand and so on. This was well worth the money! Bike is sturdy when lifted and the stand is as well so you wont have to worry about your bike falling. Great stand for the money, Highly recommended!
I searched everywhere for a head lift stand that would work on both my Hayabusa and V-Strom. This one does and is a high quality item. It is worth the premium price and I am seriously considering buying a Pit Bull rear stand to replace the one I am presently using.
Yes, Pit Bull stands are expensive. But, they work better than all the others and you will never have to buy another.
I prefer a Headlift stand because I think it's more stable than a Forklift, plus you can remove the forks. Other, cheaper, Headlift stands can interfere with and damage the body work. That wont happen with Pit Bull. And if it does because you have something different than stock going on, they will hook you up with a different pin to fix the problem.
Bottom line is shell out a little more and get the Pit Bull.
I have used this stand a couple of times so far. I purchased it to match with the Pitbull SS I have. I use it with both an R6 and a Ninja 250R.
Only issue I have is that the 250R is lowered, and so I can't quite get the pin between the fender and fairing (not without someone lifting on the front end). I ordered the forklift parts though to make this both a head and forklift stand. Now the Ninja goes up no problem :)