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post #1 of 7 Old 08-21-2011, 08:19 PM Thread Starter
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Pitbull + Phobman

Hello everyone, I was wondering if it's possible to use the Pitbull Newfront stand in conjunction with the Phobman Center stand?

What are your thoughts?

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I don't see why not....?

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Just gotta make sure maybe there wouldn't be enough support for the rear with the weight being taken off the front. You know what I'm saying?

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I can't speak to the phobman stand as I don't have one. I do have Pit Bull newfront and standard rear stand. The newfront stand uses a pin under the steering stem to raise the front so that the tire is about 2 inches off the ground. See pic with headless ex-GF.
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I've done it, it works. I wouldn't leave the bike on the phob/front, but that's just me. Otherwise, my 02 stays 'parked in the air' with the phob stand attached. If I need a stand, I can pull just about any one without an issue.

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I wouldn't leave the bike on the phob/front, but that's just me.
I don't own a phobman stand, but I'm curious why you wouldn't leave the bike on the stands like this? Doesn't the phobman attach where the centerstand pivots? It would be perfect if you had the front wheel off, and also needed to remove the swingarm or shock.

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post #7 of 7 Old 08-22-2011, 09:15 AM
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I can't speak to the phobman stand as I don't have one. I do have Pit Bull newfront and standard rear stand. The newfront stand uses a pin under the steering stem to raise the front so that the tire is about 2 inches off the ground. See pic with headless ex-GF.
I have the same set of stands and they work great. Just remember to always use the rear stand first when raising the bike and then employ the front stand. Reverse the order when lowering. Never use the front stand alone. This is one of the best investments you can buy if you change your own tires or do any kind of maintenance that requires the bike be off the ground.

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