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Can anyone recommend the best stand for the new ZX-10R, I thought my old one would work, but the pegs are too small.

Thanks!:crazyloco
 

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I got a set for $100 from HandyIndustries.com. Get the ones for use with spools. I just a new camera so I'll take some pictures of my beast on stands.
 

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Thanks, I appreciate the feedback and will check them both out. :crazyloco
 

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Here is a pict of bike bike up on the rear stand...



And here is a close up of the Spool (Shogun) and stand...



I've got to call Handy because the front stand they sent me is too narrow. I bought these things months ago and just tried putting it up on the front last night.
 

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pix dont work:headscratch
 

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Nope, still can't see them... Am I the only one??:headscratch
 

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No pictures here either,he must be viewing them on my pictures on his computer!
 

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If you take the front tire off does the front stand still work?
I'm debating a front stand that goes under the triple tree.
But then again I don't care for the front tire extending the front shocks all the way down.So there plays in the block of wood to take up front tire slack.
 

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If you take the front tire off does the front stand still work?
I'm debating a front stand that goes under the triple tree.
But then again I don't care for the front tire extending the front shocks all the way down.So there plays in the block of wood to take up front tire slack.
i would say yes since the bike is being held up in the front by the forks.
 

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If you take the front tire off does the front stand still work?
I'm debating a front stand that goes under the triple tree.
But then again I don't care for the front tire extending the front shocks all the way down.So there plays in the block of wood to take up front tire slack.
Pit Bull Forklift and Forklift Converter allows you to choose; use the forks, or lift from the steering stem... choice is yours.
 

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I have the Handy stands. While the rear is very stable and was a great price for both front and back, the front stand sux. Its too wobbly for me and you cannot do work on the forks. I would recommend a front stand that attaches under the tripple tree. Tire and fork work can be done. I have a Pit-Bull tripple front stand.
 
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