Pit Bull Front Stand Pin

$12.95

Rating 4.92 of 5 (18 Reviews)

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Pit Bull Front Stand Pin

**Note: Pins are bike specific, may vary from image.
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Perfect fit

I ordered the pin for my Kawasaki ZX10R and it fit perfect. I highly recommend buying both the front and rear stands. I have three if you include the triple tree stand. They last forever and hold my bike perfectly still and even. My biddy has a cheaper brand and it held my bike at an angle. Best money you'll ever spend.

Josh - August 2, 2016

(NRH, TX)

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Pitbull front stand pin #6

Fits very snug in the pitbull stand, installs very easy, comes with instructions. Well worth the money.

Yushi - April 14, 2016

(Framingham, MA)

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Awesome.

This whole product line is awesome. I am able to use one stand with multiple bikes by simply ordering and using the appropriate pin. Perfect fit and great application. Love this product.

Furter - November 19, 2012

(Frederic, MI)

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'01 CBR F4i

Worked well! Horn had to moved slightly though.

Jason - July 11, 2012

(Saint Paul, MN, MN)

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Pit Bull Front Stand Pin

I have a 2004 Yamaha R6. Works perfectly. No compliants. Would recommend the product.

Phil - June 25, 2012

(Little Elm, TX)

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Pin

Exactly what I needed for my ZZR.

Ryan - June 25, 2012

(Salisbury, MD)

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Pit Bull Front Stand Pin

Great fit, American made, strong, durable, and does its job as it should.

Scott - February 23, 2012

(Kennewick, WA)

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I love Pitbull products, but application gap that cost me...

I love Pitbull products and have multiple sets (both front and rear) for my bikes. I have a 2003 Suzuki SV1000 "naked" model and per the application guide, uses a #6 pin. I ordered it up, only to find this is incorrect and should use the standard pin. I ended up ordering a second pin due to the sub standard return/exchange policy of Motorcycle Superstore...Anyone need a #6 pin? lol They have great prices though.....

Cory - December 8, 2011

(Bloomington, MN)

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Pit Bull products are great

This pin fit great, all the Pit Bull products I have purchased have been great!

Jerry - September 30, 2011

(Mechanicsville, VA)

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Pit Bull front stand PIN

The pin fit perfectly in the bottom of the Triple clamp and the movement of the front end when bike is mounted on the stand is easy to do

George - August 30, 2011

(West Orange, NJ)

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Great

Pit Bull makes the best stands in the world. Bar none.

Pete C. - June 9, 2011

(New York City, NY)

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PIt bull pin

This is a pretty straightforward product, so not much to review except that it fit my bike as promised and was the right type/size. If you are getting one of these you likely already have a pit-bull stand and know how well they work! I have a 2006 Yamaha FZ6 Fazer and it fits in the tree just fine.

Andrew - May 31, 2011

(Fort Collins, CO)

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PIN

WORKS & LOOKS GREAT!!!

CRAIG WILKE - May 27, 2011

(DALLAS, TX)

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04 R1 Pitbull Front Stand Pin

Excellent fitment and quality. Highly recommend!

Jeremy - April 25, 2011

(Fort Wayne, IN)

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SGT

Works great on an ‘09 R-1. Can do fork and tire maintenance since it lifts by the middle of the triple clamp. Solid stand. Be sure you have a rear stand as well otherwise you cannot use this.

Charles J. - November 23, 2010

(North Pole, AK)