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Is anyone able to tell me what size the thread is for paddock stand bobbins? I'm assuming M8?
 

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I activated my crystal ball communication compensator and it said that you, having abandoned bobbins on a SSSA, are now asking which pin fits the rear axle bore. A quick look see at the parts fische shows that it would take the large Ducati pin.

But, if you still wanted to use a standard swing arm paddock stand, all you would need is to install A SpeedyMoto rear wheel slider. They come with end pieces which are grooved to accommodate standard stands.
 

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Your crystal ball is working correctly, thanks. I have to swing my bike around in a very narrow space, which is easier with a stand. Indeed my last bike used bobbins I wasn't think By about the single swingarm. Thanks for your help
 

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Any idea if the pin on the StreetFighter 848 paddock stand is the the same diameter as the SuperSport?
Here I go again, risking being called out by the snowflake squad. >:)
You can get an answer to your question by looking at the parts fisches for both bikes to see if they use the same size wheel nuts.
 

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rear stand

I picked up my SS on saturday. Dealer had a pitbull hybrid one arm stand. It has two pins of different sizes for the drive side and non-drive side which are different sizes. I tested it and it fit the SS. Will measure and reply soon.
 

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Pit Bull hybrid stand chart does not include the SS yet. The SS takes the same pins as the 1098 or Monster 1200.
 

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Pit Bull hybrid stand chart does not include the SS yet. The SS takes the same pins as the 1098 or Monster 1200.

From the Pit Bull web site description:


Our new Hybrid One Armed features a removable handle which allows you to use the stand with the handle going either forward or toward the rear of the bike. The handle can be installed going either to the front or back on the drive side, but only to the rear on the non-drive side of most motorcycles.

When installed on the drive side, it allows wheel removal; when installed on the non-drive side, it allows easy sprocket removal. It offers great leverage and stability and the ball bearing head makes it easy to spin the wheel for chain oiling.

Sold complete, but pins are interchangeable to fit other bikes.

Fits Ducati 1098, 1198, 1199, 1299, Diavel, xDiavel, Multistrada 1200, Monster 1200, Streetfighter 1098/1198, or '17 Ducati SuperSport.
 

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As a fan of Pitbull, I can say I have purchased the front and rear stands for my SS S. They are very good. I chose the hybrid rear stand that has both pins (bobbins ?). I also chose the front stand that handles short and long handle length.
 

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As a fan of Pitbull, I can say I have purchased the front and rear stands for my SS S. They are very good. I chose the hybrid rear stand that has both pins (bobbins ?). I also chose the front stand that handles short and long handle length.
Also a big fan!! I have had Pitbull stands for several years and never an issue and I have 4 currently. VERY well made products! I also have the Hybrid stand for my Hyper, but it uses the small pin...so I'll need to get a Large one for the SS-S. Again, great products!
 
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