Pit Bull Standard Rear Stand

In Stock - Usually leaves our warehouse same business day

Never show this again
Pit Bull Standard Rear Stand - --

Product Images

X
X
$139.95

Rating 4.58 of 5 (9 Reviews)
Free Shipping

Please Select a Size

Please select your bike

Please Select a Size

In Stock - Usually leaves our warehouse same business day

Qty:

Share:

Email

Product Information

Pit Bull Standard Rear Stand

The Standard Rear Stand lifts non-spool equipped bikes by supporting the swingarm with rubber pads. It is width adjustable to fit virtually all sport bikes. Same as Spooled, SS and 999 Rear Stands except for interchangeable top supports. Sold complete with top supports.

**Note: If bike accommodates spools, it is highly recommended that a spool-compatible stand be used.
  • Item # 20857
  • SKU #195288
  • Mfr. Part # F0002-000
Oversize Shipping Information

Product Reviews Showing All 9 Reviews

Overall Rating: 4.58 of 5

(9 Reviews)
Read All Reviews
Rate This Product
5 Star
5
4 Star
3
3 Star
1
2 Star
0
1 Star
0
What Other Riders Are Saying...

Fit

Quality

Installation

Recommend

good product

This stand allows me to raise the rear tire of my Kawasaki ZX-12 without any problem. It has a very secure feel. You can adjust the width of the feet to fit your swing arm. This may be more important for bikes that have wide rear tires. I would recommend this stand.

Nate - July 07, 2009

(petersburg, VA)

Fit

Quality

Installation

Recommend

as advertised

a rear stand isn't something you rave about, but this is a quality tool. i had no issues operating it single-handed though the first time you use a rear stand by yourself for the first time is kind of scary. the pads are easily adjustable, and the unit itself feels bulletproof which that makes me more comfortable when it's holding up my pride and joy.

CB - October 05, 2009

(Boston, MA)

Fit

Quality

Installation

Recommend

Pit Bull Standard Rear Stand

Fits my 2005 Ducati Monster 620 perfectly--and the quality of the Pit Bull is outstanding. A very stable stand. Shipping was fast and cheap to Alaska. I will recommend this retailer to other Alaskans.

Elizabeth - May 04, 2011

(Anchorage, AK)

Fit

Quality

Installation

Recommend

You get what you pay for

Great product; worth the extra money. It is very sturdy and easy to adjust. Spooled version is better if your bike will accept them. My bike slides on the swingarm pads if not on a level surface.

Andy - June 20, 2013

(Brighton, MI)

Fit

Quality

Installation

Recommend

Great Fit

I got this for my 2001 Ducati Monster. It works great and easily lifts my bike.

logan - August 12, 2013

(Chattanooga, TN)

Fit

Quality

Installation

Recommend

Pit Bull - Rear Stand

It took a little finagling to get it to fit my swing arm correctly, but once that is complete, it works really well. Makes lubing chains really easy for those of us without a center stand. And, as always, the service and quick shipping from Motorcycle Superstore was first rate!

Stephen - October 08, 2009

(Mancos, CO)

Fit

Quality

Installation

Recommend

Great quality

Though the quality and utility of this item are great, it does take two people to safely raise the bike especially the first time you use it.

Parrish - September 29, 2011

(lemoore, CA)

Fit

Quality

Installation

Recommend

Fit a bit vicarious

The overall value of this stand is great, for the price. I have a '13 CBR250, and the muffler is so wide that the stand cannot reach a "comfortable" position under the swing arms. I have to place it right at the end, to the rear of the tension bolts. That does not allow much of a "bite" for the stand to grab on to. I wouldn't recommend this for anyone who rides a CBR250. I am upgrading to a Suzuki GSX-R750 and I'm sure this stand will be a perfect fit.

Kelly - June 03, 2013

(North Las Vegas, NV)

Fit

Quality

Installation

Recommend

Get the SS

The only difference between the standard and Standard/Spooled is the extra tab. The extra tab doesn't get in the way, and it offers a lot more versatility for the stand in case you do get spools.

Wei Ting Chen - August 03, 2010

(Bethesda, MD)

Related Links

Back to Top