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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 08-23-2012, 07:30 AM Thread Starter
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MOTO-D stands

i recently bought some new stands for my bike and decided to go with some of the MOTO-D brand stands, they arrived withing like 2 days from my order date and are very nice quality. its all aluminum with everything being tig welded, and all powder coated black on top of that. i had only one complaint with the stands and it was something minor dealing with the wheel assembly but it was an easy fix.

i didn't like how the wheel assembly was set up, it had entirely too much slack and the wheel would slide off of the bushing.

so i ended up by first putting a 5/16 by 1 1/2 fender washer on both sides of the wheel which sandwiched the inner bushing and keeping it firmly inside the wheel and then i put one more 1/4 regular flat washed on each side between the 5/16 fender washer and the rubber spacer that came with the stands. so it was from left to right rubber spacer, 1/4 washer, 5/16 fender washer, wheel, 5/16 fender washer, 1/4 washer, rubber spacer. this took up all the slop in the wheel assembly when tightened back down.

this was a simple fix i believe anyone could do with some common sense and a little "know how" but i greatly appreciate your speedy service as well as a very great overall product.

my old stands were a set of PSR economical stands front/rear which were the same price but less than half the quality.

http://motodracing.com/accessories.h...oduct=11989928
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post #2 of 5 (permalink) Old 08-23-2012, 05:03 PM Thread Starter
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Here's a few pics of my girl up on the new stands
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post #3 of 5 (permalink) Old 08-24-2012, 11:12 AM
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Re: MOTO-D stands

My front pit-bull stand was stolen at a track day and I'm looking for a new one. How does the Moto D compare to the Pit Bull front stand?
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post #4 of 5 (permalink) Old 08-24-2012, 11:43 AM
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Re: MOTO-D stands

damn people steal shit at trackdays now?

while nothing compares to a Pitbull stand, the stands you see nowadays from great vendors like MotoD or MJMotoGear are extremely nice quality and they are taking paddocks and garages by storm. It's a great product and piece of mind for the money.
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Re: MOTO-D stands

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My front pit-bull stand was stolen at a track day and I'm looking for a new one. How does the Moto D compare to the Pit Bull front stand?
idk as far as the pit bull stand i have yet to have one, but the moto d stand is night and day compared to my psr stand. this one is a square tubing design i guess so that the stand has more surface area to be more stable. i would recommend it for only 120 for the set IMO
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