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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 11-15-2012, 12:25 PM Thread Starter
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Inside Diameter of the rear axle?

I found a Ducati brand rear paddock stand at a shop that got banned from working on Duc's by Ducati NA. Haggled and got the thing for the price of a harbor freight stand

But! The pin is for the 1098. I'm gonna have a new pin made since it's cheaper than going to the mfg of the stand for one that fits.

I need the ID of the rear axle or the OD of the pin on someone elses rear paddock stand

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Clearance sizes (actual size of pins)
Left side 27.5, right side 29.5
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It is a left side (while on the bike) stand. Forgot to mention that.

Thanks again The amount of beers I owe you continues to rise...

Random thought. If everyone that you've helped here paid you in beer... you'd drown LOL
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You could make pin for both sides then it is reversible

I normally use the left side - at least did till I got my Motomfg!!!!!!!!
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I've got a guy on another forum measuring the pins off a Pit Bull stand for ducati's that he still had laying around. Thanks to the wealth of information you've provided here I've overspent on winter projects and am poor again So I'm gonna go the cheapest route forward at this point

digital clocks, 1050 wheels front and rear, digital speed sensor - All easy jobs thanks to you...
dirt bike bars/risers, ripping off the plastics, single headlight... for fun
Next year will probably be gsxr forks... you just make it too easy
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Those measurements WERE off my Pitbull ......
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I'm starting to think I'm over thinking this. I got the stand for real cheap. Theres one on ebay for over $180.

Sell this one, buy Pit Bull for my bike?
Anyone with a 1198/1098/MV Brutale etc wanna buy this thing? LOL
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Buy Pitbull???
Buy the Motomfg from the Group Buy!

(OK - it's a bit more, but consider you get BOTH wheels off the ground)
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I've overspent on winter projects and am poor again So I'm gonna go the cheapest route forward at this point

digital clocks, 1050 wheels front and rear, digital speed sensor - All easy jobs thanks to you...
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Buy Pitbull???
Buy the Motomfg from the Group Buy!

(OK - it's a bit more, but consider you get BOTH wheels off the ground)
Its your fault you know... that I can't drop the coin on the motomfg unit
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