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post #1 of 16 Old 03-18-2009, 12:21 PM Thread Starter
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WTB - Rear Stand

Hi all,

So far I have had about a 7% success rate with listing WTB items but why not give it another shot?

I am looking to buy a rear stand for my 919. I'm looking for either a cheap Pitbull, T-Rex, or really any other decent stand.

Before everyone starts preaching about the Phobstand, I wish I could get one. However, I have a different header-setup which juts out to the side where the centerstand holes are, and after a close inspection I don't think the Phobstand will fit. It's a shame too.... I think they are awesome!

I'm hoping to keep the price down so if anybody has one they're not using, shoot me a message.

Thanks everyone.

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post #2 of 16 Old 03-18-2009, 04:07 PM
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i could get you a new pitbull for round 120 buck not cheap by any means but nice

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I thought it was interesting you used "cheap" and "Pitbull" in the same sentence, I have the forward handle rear Pitbull stand and it's definatly well built and rock solid.

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If you have any metal working experience, or buddies that do, you can build one... That's what I did. Didn't cost me a thing, used materials I had laying around and some skateboard wheels. Works Great!


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I thought it was interesting you used "cheap" and "Pitbull" in the same sentence, I have the forward handle rear Pitbull stand and it's definatly well built and rock solid.

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I figured that if 'wishful thinking' can get a President elected than it might be able to get me a cheap Pitbull stand

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i could get you a new pitbull for round 120 buck not cheap by any means but nice
The one Ive got Ive had for 12 years now - Pitbulls well, well worth the extra cash !!

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i could get you a new pitbull for round 120 buck not cheap by any means but nice
incl shipping?

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Look around on the wera board.
You might find something local and save on shipping...

http://forums.13x.com/forumdisplay.php?f=47


EDIT: I have a black Lockhart Phillips rear stand for sale ($50) but the shipping will kill the deal...

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incl shipping?
sorry dont think so.

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If you have any metal working experience, or buddies that do, you can build one... That's what I did. Didn't cost me a thing, used materials I had laying around and some skateboard wheels. Works Great!

Why not make some and offer to sell them to members. I would like one depending on how much $$$$.

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Why not make some and offer to sell them to members. I would like one depending on how much $$$$.
I sure would like too, but I am pretty busy with school and family right now. There are sure some nice stands around if you take your time too look. They definitively come in handy!

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I have a PhobStand for sale.

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dude, hit up the local shops, ones is bound to have one on hand, looking for a new home





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bought 1 of these and it works great
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I have both of the Pit Bulls, rear and front stand. The rear forward stand, I like because I can put up and take down the 9ner bymyself. I used to have to get my wife to steady the bike before lift up or down. Now I can do it by myself. Pit Bulls are solid...

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Ended up getting a T-Rex Stand, but thank you all for your input. BTW, I think the T-Rex is very solid.

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