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Anyone know the pin size needed for front triple tree lifts non 2017 model? Can't seem to find it.
 

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But what size is a #35 pin?!
I don't know the measurement of the pin but that same pin fits a 2014 CB1000R (Street Fighter not Fireblade) because I have both bikes and use that pin for both.
 

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So pit bull, as great as everyone says, refuses to publish sizes and considers it "proprietary information" and won't disclose it.
 

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So pit bull, as great as everyone says, refuses to publish sizes and considers it "proprietary information" and won't disclose it.
Well to be fair, they do publish the size, its just in Pitbulls own units of measure.
 

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Im being told by another vendor that the pin is a 27mm for the 2017. 🤦
 

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Can't you just measure the triple tree hole? I know not everyone has a micrometer but I'm sure everyone knows someone who does
I would assume it's the same on top as it is underneath but easy enough to verify.
Even easier find a socket that fits closest to the hole size and measure that socket outer diameter
 

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Exactly this.
Had this issue with the T-rex stand. Not t-Rex's fault, the stand was purchased for an 06 600rr and I was trying to use it on my 15. Couldn't figure out why the lift was hitting underneath the front fairing before it would lift the bike by the triple tree. Luckily I just didn't try to force it or it would have done some damage.
Contacted T-rex who generously sent me the correct pin free of charge for my '15 and no issues since.
 

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I've got a split Pit-bull front stand for my 2017 and I seat the unattached upper portion in the triple tree first and then lift the bike with the lower stand.
 
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