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I'm searching rear stand and front head stand.
What's the diameter for the swingarm rear hole?
And the triple clamp has a hole or not? Diameter?
Thanks!
 

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Does anyone use the front stand?
I saw that the triple clamp is covered... I think I take it off and see what's under ...
Maybe it's better a front fork stand?
 

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There's lots of info on the site, worth looking at other threads or using the search function.
Yes but I found only information for the rear swing arm pin... nothing about the front stand.

As I wrote there is a cover on the lower triple clamp. I removed it and i see that triple clamp has a hole. The correct pin for a front stand is 27mm diameter but it's necessary to remove the cover or modified it.
 

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Ordered and using this Pit Bull paddock stand that fits the SS perfectly. Outstanding stand. Superbly made.

I have an Venom stand for my Scrambler, and there just no comparison to the Pit Bull...it's in another league.

https://www.amazon.com/Pit-Bull-Hybrid-Streetfighter-Multistrada/dp/B00C9E29CM
I think I'll buy Bastef stands

https://www.bastef.com/cavalletti-posteriori/cavalletto-posteriore-monobraccio-ducati-foro-p-44.html
https://www.bastef.com/cavalletti-anteriori/cavalletto-anteriore-sottocannotto-p-34.html

It's an italian manufacturer and its stands are cheaper than Pit Bull... and no doubt about quality ;)

Pitbull FTW...
I think the problem with your front stand is that if you want to take off front wheel first you have to unscrew the screw under front spindle and then you can lift the bike... correct?
I prefer to do all these operations on stand. Therefore I need another type
 

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Was not aware of those stands Dany, look interesting.

Please let us know how they work out for you!
 

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This morning I bought Bastef stands! >:)
I confirm that pin for rear stand is 40mm and for front stand is 27mm :nerd:

I have to modify the cover under the triple clamp. Today I take it off (3 screw) but I'll cut it and then the hole for the pin will be always accessible :laugh:
 

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This morning I bought Bastef stands! >:)
I confirm that pin for rear stand is 40mm and for front stand is 27mm :nerd:

I have to modify the cover under the triple clamp. Today I take it off (3 screw) but I'll cut it and then the hole for the pin will be always accessible :laugh:
Looking great Dany!

Please post some pics when you modify the cover under the triple clamp, if possible.
 

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The beauty of a single-sided S/A is the ease of removing components independent of each other, but they designed the exhaust to look cool, and its location cancels much of the convenience of SS S/A wheel changes, so there's another argument for exhaust modification. Left side sprocket changes common in racing are a snap with the stand on the right side.

I know the Pit Bull provides both left & right side pins, as it's a race stand, plus its frame design allows it to easily used on either side.

Other than the P.B. I see no mention so far of any other stand with reversible pins or adapters for use on either side. Are there no others? I measured my axle I.D. 40.5 left and 42.5 right, so will need two pins to do anything other than remove the wheel.
 

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Abba stands, and they are online.
The Abba looks a little complicated but versatile, and its value is in only needing one stand for both ends. But they don't list adapters for my other bikes, so it would only be the Duc currently.

How does it balance longitudinally with both wheels off?
 
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