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post #1 of 8 Old 01-10-17, 09:08 Thread Starter
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Paddock for street triple 2013

Hi,

Im looking for a paddock stand for my street triple from 2013. I was looking at http://www.motea.com/nl/montagestand...11-33781-0.htm. But does this fit on a 2013 model?

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That's a single-sided swingarm stand. Is this your first bike? I'd recommend this stand!

http://www.pit-bull.com/product/F0043-000.html
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That's a single-sided swingarm stand. Is this your first bike?
Yeah its my first bike. That was what i was thinking to. So i need a paddock that i can slide into bobbins that i mount to the bike.
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Please see my edited post. You replied while I was editing, lol.
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Please see my edited post. You replied while I was editing, lol.
Aight, thank you mate. I'll have a look in to these kind of paddocks.
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Have a look at this one. For an extra 10 bucks it'll work on a friend's bike that doesn't have bobbins. Or a future bike of yours that doesn't take them.

http://www.pit-bull.com/product/F0028-000.html

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^ The forward handle design is by far the easiest to use (no tricky/wonky bike balancing act) and the lifting lever is out of the way once the bike is up on the stand. I understand the multi-use concern, if you are concerned. Almost all sport bikes now days have provision for spools.
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^ The forward handle design is by far the easiest to use (no tricky/wonky bike balancing act) and the lifting lever is out of the way once the bike is up on the stand. I understand the multi-use concern, if you are concerned. Almost all sport bikes now days have provision for spools.
Thanks for the help, i wanted to order the parts this morning but i have no idea what size of spools i need. Do you have any idea?
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