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post #1 of 11 Old 10-30-2006, 09:56 PM Thread Starter
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Hey everyone, I just got my pitbull rearstand and I've tried several different spots in the driveway and garage and it always leans to the right (if staring at the back). It's the one for either spools or no spools. I'm using the spool side. Anyway my question is, if this is normal if not is there some adjustment I'm over looking or is it a defective one. Thanks.

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umm should be pretty str8 bro...i just got mine in and its all good. throw a level across and see what ya got.

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adjustment screws on side.

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Mine is level. Adjustment srews allow side to side movement - not up and down. I'm sorry to say this but yours may be bent.

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Put a level on it like said above and if its bent send it back

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make sure it is sitting on level ground first THEN put a level on it!

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make sure it is sitting on level ground first THEN put a level on it!
.... send it back if any doubts

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Hey everyone, I just got my pitbull rearstand and I've tried several different spots in the driveway and garage and it always leans to the right (if staring at the back). It's the one for either spools or no spools. I'm using the spool side. Anyway my question is, if this is normal if not is there some adjustment I'm over looking or is it a defective one. Thanks.

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Has the bike fallen over before? Have you tried using the swingarm lift instead of the spools?

The reason I ask these 2 questions are that if the bike falls over or has been crashed it could be that the spool mounts are bent on the swingarm.

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somethings not level, the ground, stand, or swingarm.
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somethings not level, the ground, stand, or swingarm.
or the spools.....I can tell you Pit-bull stands by their product and
bet they would replace it if bent.
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