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extream noob question... what are they for? :popcorn:

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There's a lot of benefits to them. I only have a rear one and it makes it easier to park in the garage and easier to work on (A LOT EASIER). There are other benefits too. The tires don't get flat spots when the bike sits over longer periods and it keeps the fluids in the bike in the places that they are supposed to be. I'm sure some others will chime in with more.
 

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k, yeah i always saw pictures with you guys with them. and i was not sure of the purpose. awesome.. i'll have to look at getting one. it would be nice to have for the winter months.
 

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^ i'd ****ing freaking if that was my bike
 

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Bike stands are very handy for:

Cleaning & lubing the chain

Adjusting the chain

Cleaning the bike & rims

Changing the oil and filter

Changing tires

Working on the bike

Storing the bike for winter or over 30 days

The best stands are Pitbull and I think the forward rear handle stand works the best as its saves a ton of room when trying to get the bike out of the way.

Never use a front stand without first placing the bike on a rear stand or the bike will tip over.

There are cheaper stands that sell for $100.00 for the set and work just as good as $300+ Pitbull stands if you don't have the cash to blow.



 
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