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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 04-05-2017, 06:01 PM Thread Starter
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Using a Pit Bull stand on a S1000RR

I've got a Pit Bull and the dealer showed me where the pins would be threaded into the swingarm, but apparently they didn't have/don't offer them. Does anyone use a Pit Bull and if so can you tell me where to get the pins?

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You can buy the OEM ones from your BMW dealer. I think they are $40+ or you can order direct from Pit Bull.

Pit Bull Products - Motorcycle Stands Spool Kit, 8mm + Spacer A: S1000R/RR, HP4 Others make them as well. Not hard to find.

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Yes, after I posted this, I looked around and found several sources. Thanks, though!

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? I have Pit Bull brand spools. Pretty sure I got them from Revzilla
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I got my pit bull brand spools from revzilla also


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Speaking of pitbull stands, if you are using warmers, get the $7 spacers for the rear stand. Raises the bike 1/2" higher which makes it easier (more clearance) to put on/remove warmers.
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The color on the pit bull spools seems to go away pretty fast. If you care about that kind of thing you can try to tape the actual stand where it lifts the spools, might help long term, make sure you don't make them slip though if you do that.
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? I have Pit Bull brand spools. Pretty sure I got them from Revzilla
Same here, no issues
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The color on the pit bull spools seems to go away pretty fast. If you care about that kind of thing you can try to tape the actual stand where it lifts the spools, might help long term, make sure you don't make them slip though if you do that.
really? Mine have held up a year already. They are the black ones
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Not sure about black, I've seen red, yellow, that kind, the paint would go away pretty fast on the bottom where the stand rubs. I have blue on mine, but only used the stands 3 or 4 times so far since it's new, I guess I'll find out for sure.
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