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Does anyone know who, if anyone, makes a front paddock stand for the F4? I'm in the US, so a US vendor would be great. But, beggers can't be choosers so any source would be good. Thanks in advance. Dave
-- DaveB (firstname.lastname@example.org), December 28, 2002
Pit Bull. The best made... and made in the good old USA
-- Peter trocco (email@example.com), December 28, 2002.
Last year when got my F4,i ordered two things from my local MV specilist in Matlock in the uk.They were a red and silver F4 cotton cover and also a front paddock stand for the F4,this is comlpele with two emamel MV logos on each side of the crome tube works,along with four white wheels in two pairs,with two black lifting pins that sit under the caliper/strutt brakets.Is this MVs own stand i wonder?
-- charles richards (firstname.lastname@example.org), December 28, 2002.
Greetings Dave- You may also got to the Ferracci web sit at: http://www.ferracci.com/2002ferracci/ They have paddock stands for the front and rear. The rear stand is made by FG in Italy. It is a lot easier to used then the display stand supplied with the bike. The front stand lift locates under the brake caliper mount. Hope this helps.
-- Tim W (email@example.com), December 29, 2002.
I definately suggest the PitBull stand. You can order it directly from them. If you'd like some pics of it, I can email you some I have taken of it.
-- Brad Cowell (firstname.lastname@example.org), December 29, 2002.
I got my front stand from my Ducati dealer in Chico Ca. That particular front stand actually cradles the lower triple clamp and allows fork removal, steering damper adjustment, and all the various things you do when the front end is off the ground. It also came with pins that attach to the elevating arm for other bike applications. It is a very cool stand, works great. I believe it has a Ducati part # badge riveted to it.
-- greg petersen (email@example.com), December 31, 2002.