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Triple Tree Stands

So as I understand it if I was to purchase a triple tree stand that uses the pin to lift up the bike I would be able to remove the forks if necessary correct??

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Forks yes,

steering stem no

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I would recommend Pit Bull front and rear stands....can't beat the quality.
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I just went and purchased black widow stands...what do you think about those??

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Never heard of them but I guess I'll know after seeing how well they work for you. Post a pic with them holding up your bike...
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WTH? You didn't crash your bike yet, again?

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unfortunately yes I did, was getting off the expressway when a car decided to switch 4 lanes at once to get off on the same exit and before I knew it I was at the rear corner of there car. Car kept going on and me and the bike went for a tumble.....




Second time I was involved in a hit and run....

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Sorry to hear that, but glad you're OK. Good luck fixing it back up.
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