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Pit Bull SS Rear Stand
Pit Bull SS Rear Stand

$159.95 - $174.95

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Item #PBU000G

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7 Reviews
4.9 out of 5 stars
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Verified Purchaser
Great Product

This stand is worth every penny.

Verified Purchaser
Walnut Creek, CA
Quality & Functionality Combined

Bought the Pit Bull SS Rear Stand for my Yamaha MT-09, and so my brother can use it to lube his chain on his Yamaha MT-07, which doesn't have threads for spools. This is the second Pit Bull stand I've owned. Sold my last one with my last bike (Ninja 636), which was a mistake. Regardless, I wouldn't by any other stand, even though its a bit pricey. The removable handle is a nice feature if you have limited space in your garage - reduces the overall length of your bike on the stand, which at times is useful to minimize. Also eliminates a tripping hazard for my wife.

Puerto Rico
One stand to rule them all!

I was looking for a rear stand that had rubber pads since I ride an FZ-07. This stand excels in quality and functionality. It is solid and encourages confidence once you raise your rear wheel. The removable handle is a plus for space saving and avoiding tripping over the stand. Finally, the color looks like the thing was forged in the fires of Mount Doom.

Verified Purchaser
If you don't have one, get one.

The title says it all. It is worth the price tag, especially since if you drop your bike on cheaper ones, fairings cost 3 times as much. You may need help lifting it up, but it is possible to do it by yourself. Every person who owns a bike should have one.

Verified Purchaser
Long Island, NY
Stop looking at other stands

I recently bought this stand and i must say im more than impressed with the quality and the versatility of thjs stand yes it's not inexpensive but you absolutely get what you pay for with this stand as you'll have it for life anyone interested in buying a rear stand should not even consider anything else

Verified Purchaser
Syracuse, NY, USA
Solid Construction. Solid Buy.

The only thing I didn't like was the factory tightening lugs on top had to be removed to tighten the spool catches to the right width. Other than that, great bike stand.

Verified Purchaser
Redmond, WA (Seattle)
Best Rear Stand

This is my second Pit Bull SS Rear Stand. The first one grew legs, so I had to replace it. They have an amazing warranty, and look good. The only other stand that comes close in my opinion is the WoodCraft.

I have spools on all of my bikes, but it is nice to have the swingarm lift for when friends come around.

1 Question
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Q: What size spool do I need for a 2018 Yamaha MT09? Any brand recommendation?
1 month 19 days ago
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1 month 19 days ago
A: Yamahas typically uses a 6mm spool setup.
# Part Numbers
Product Variant Manufacturer Part #
Fixed Handle N/A
Removable Handle N/A
Extended Length Removable Handle F0028AA-000