Great stands and of the highest quality. I wouldn't buy another stand. Only complaint is that the headlift stand presses on the underside of the front fairing on my 2007 Daytona 675 when the bike is lifted.
Firstly, great website with all the info you need to select the proper stand and spools for your motorcycle.
Ordered the spooled-forward-handle-rear stand for my 2017 Kawasaki Vulcan S Cafe (503 lbs). Shipping was fast (well, I am close in SC). Un-boxing the stand, my son, a former master welder, said, "Wow, perfect welds" and we both appreciated the heavy-duty construction. After a simple assembly and install of the spools we hoisted the bike. I'm a small, older (73) man so I always have my son give me a hand. I was very pleased with the stability. Then I put a couple of the included Pit Bull stickers on the swing-arm and my helmet, then I cleaned and adjusted the chain, topped-off the coolant...
Absolutely love this stand! Amazing quality metal and welds.Definitely a built to last product and you cant go wrong wiyh the ss model because you can adjust your spools to your bikes then mark it with a sharpie then boom you can flip it around and help out a buddy.It came very well packaged and best part of all is its made in america!Highly recommend and love how they offer the refurbishing kit for later in its life.
Headed to a mini track soon with my Z125. I ordered these pins, was immediately informed during the checkout process that they're custom produced, not on hand. I was sent a courtesy email updating me beyond the standard order processing & shipping emails. The customer service was perfect as always. Received them, as promised yesterday, checked for fitment as soon as I got home. Perfect. Best tool in my garage!
I have a V7 III Racer that I wanted to keep vertical when not ridden and for service. There are no receivers for conventional stand bobbins on this bike. I have 3 other Pit Bull stands for other bikes, so I was familiar with the their good quality products. I just got this stand, and I can say it is the best thought-out and best engineered one yet. The V7 III, with relocated evap canister, only has a single horizontal tube on the frame to support the bike with, but this stand does this very well and keeps the rear wheel low to the ground and very stable. Height is adjustable, but mine is on the lowest setting. This is a great way to support and service your bike without lugging around a permanent centerstand. The V2 version is very easy to deploy, too. Thanks for a great product!
I own this constraint system for my Hayabusa dragbike and have been using it for 8 years now. I have seen many different motorcycle constraint methods over the years and must say that pit bull's constraint is the most efficient and simple motorcycle constraint product that I have ever seen since buying it. So far, my constraint shows no wear nor tear and I use it at least two times most months, with each use averaging two to four days use each time. It is extremely stable holding my bike and is very easy to load, taking about one minute to do so. I have never used any additional strapping, etc, to keep my bike steady. Lastly, my trailer floor is still in good shape where the mounting plates mount--no issue here. GREAT PRODUCT!
I have made the trip across Canada and the USA once a year for 4 years now and take my Ducati with us. We have tried various trailers and strap methods to keep the bike safe while traveling, but always had to stop and readjust straps and keep things tight. The past year we purchased an enclosed trailer and a pit bull trailer restraint system, we traveled across Canada and the USA and back for a total of 11,000 miles and that bike was rock solid! I used straps on the front as an extra precaution and after we stopped a few times and I realized the straps had come loose and weren’t doing anything, I took them off and put all my faith in the pit bull system, it did not let me down! Simply awesome! Will only use it for our bikes now. It is a must have!!
So I was hesitant at first to use this product because I'm old school strap kind of guy. I pulled the trigger on it and I wish I'd done it sooner, it so much easier to load and secure the bike. On first use I have way expected to open my trailer door and see my baby on the floor, I was pleasantly disappointed ( it was upright). Would highly recommend this product as the preferred method of secure a bike for transport.
One of the most innovative products I have had the pleasure of using on my bike(s). Added this to my older fork stand and it became a stable triple tree lift! It's also nice having the option of using my traditional fork stand as "one or the other". Absolutely love it! Definite must-have for anyone that owns an older stand :)
Excellent lift for my ‘13 Konkoor 14. Been using PB products since 2007 with nothing but praise for them. Make sure bike is on center stand, then use rear lift, then front lift, if needed. I will definitely be getting more PB lifts for any new bikes in the future. Keep up the great work guys.
Bought this Pit Bull rear stand and the 6mm spools for my 2016 Yamaha Vmax. Came wrapped up really good and quick delivery. Installed spools with a dab of Loctite then adjusted arms on the stand to correct width. Very easy to lift bike and it is rock solid. Very pleased with this unit and highly recommend it.
This system must be the best kept secret in motorcycle transportation. I just picked up a pair of these babies. I have a fairly narrow trailer designed for a trike and limited places to effectively tie everything down. I looked at all the options, watched all the videos I could find and after being fairly certain these would work I placed my order.
I just loaded up my BMW S1000XR and Aprilia Tuono and drove 1200 miles to FL. These things worked like a charm! I was able to mount the plates fairly close together and used nothing but these restraints during the entire trip. The front wheels on both bikes ended up moving to one side but not a thing to worry about. Loading and unloading is a breeze. You hear that crap all the time but in this case it really is. The toughest part is lining them up. Once you figure out that part the rest of the securing process is a minute at best. If you are even remotely considering buying these go ahead and do it. You won't regret it!