How do you like your Bursig so far? I am considering picking one of these up primarily for bike storage and movement. My garage is narrow and my driveway is sloped, so I've become accustomed to riding my bike in, throwing it on the jack, spinning it around, and then rolling against the wall until my next ride. I'm coming back to the sportier side of two wheels, so I won't be able to use my JS Jack for this anymore.There are also jackstands, Abba stands, in recently bought a bursig stand that I primarily use for storage. Primarily bought it because I am gonna use it trackside too.
You nailed it. A good stand you will have forever, and use on any bike. I tried a cheapy bolt-together stand, regretted it, and dropped the cash on a Pitbull. The Pitbull has been outdoors since day one, and I live near the coast, so anything that isn't painted or quality will rust/corrode in a matter of months. After about a year of owning the Pitbull, it still looks new. Plus it's actually stable with the N1K on it. With all the cash we put into buying, farkling, and maintaining a moto, what's a $150-200 stand? Mere pennies by comparison.Jay is right on the stand. However, do this as a buy it once sort of thing.
Five years from now, you won't remember if you paid 199.00 for a quality stand, but you'll still hate your 65,00 bolt together stand that loosens each time you use it.
Full sized street bikes are too heavy for a bolt on handle. If it is shipped, and needs to be assembled, be very cautious.
Yes you can, Pitbull makes a few if memory serves. Just head over to their website and take a look. I found this one in a quick search : Pit Bull Products - Motorcycle Stands Standard Forward Handle Rear, Motorcycle StandThanks for posting I had this question too.
Can you get a non-spool rear stand? What pitbull would you recommend to use without spools?