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    Pit Bull - No stand for the NSC

    From Pit Bull today:

    “Sorry, but Charlie(owner/designer) did not feel like we could safely lift that bike from the hub and could not locate an alternate lift location that he was happy with. At this time, there is no new stand in the pipeline to fit that bike. Let us know if you have any other questions at any time. Have a good day!

    George F Hoffman
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    Thanks for finding that out

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    The pin is removable,can’t understand why they can’t make adapter pin that is the correct diameter for the older version?
    That’s a bummer
    Last edited by Slowrider998; 04-01-2019 at 08:53 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slowrider998 View Post
    The pin is removable,can’t understand why they can’t make adapter pin that is the correct diameter for the older version?
    That’s a bummer
    I recently purchased a Kaneg stand and they simply make up the removable pin to suit the NSC from what I believe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slowrider998 View Post
    .....can’t understand why they can’t make adapter pin that is the correct diameter for the older version?
    Because Honda in their infinite wisdom thought it would be a good plan to produce a rear hub with an internal spindle diameter so thin it requires hardened steel pins to take the weight.

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