I noticed that too but it specifies it's only for the smaller hubs. Maybe just to show what they look like?? Unless you can change out the pins and they offer the larger pin.
Ouch... I live in So Cal..It's in very good shape. Shipping will depend on your location. I got a quote to ship to So Cal for $70 via UPS. Because I am in the midwest, i think that is the worst case scenario. On the otherhand it was only $30 to NE. Either way still cheaper than a new one, and these Ducati stands are built like a Mac truck.
Not too good to be true at all. I've seen some brands that work just fine and are much cheaper than Pitbull or DP ones. I have T-Rex Racing stands that I bought brand new for like $120 (for both), and so far they've worked great, and I do use them quite a bit since my bike doesn't have a side stand anymore. Even holds my fat ass on the bike while it's on the stands
But I was about to suggest slomo's stand. It's a bummer the front is not available, but you won't find a rear DP stand cheaper than that. Granted shipping seems to be the killer there. Slomo, I have heard in the past that you don't really need a box to ship stuff like that. People on this forum have shipped stands to others without a box, and they can attach the shipping labels to the stand directly, which cuts the cost of shipping down by a lot. You may want to look into doing that.
That makes sense. It would be hard (even for those guys) to damage a DP rear stand, so I'd say the risk is pretty small....unless you're one of those guys that expects everything to be perfect, and would make a big deal out of a scratch on a stand that spends most of its life on concrete and asphalt anywayRub is right on shipping the stand with no box. The only thing that he didn't mention is when you ship like that the part can't be insured at all.
I have shipped out shovelhead frames and have dealt with that before through ups and fedex. only when the part is more valuable(wishbone frames) have I opted for insurance. And had to make a box
Yeah, I wouldn't mind any scratches. As long as it wasn't bent, I'd be a happy camper.That makes sense. It would be hard (even for those guys) to damage a DP rear stand, so I'd say the risk is pretty small....unless you're one of those guys that expects everything to be perfect, and would make a big deal out of a scratch on a stand that spends most of its life on concrete and asphalt anyway