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    Default Tricolore rear paddock stand?

    A must for putting your Tric on show sometime if its the real deal?

    Guy851


    http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/1988-DUCAT...item2eb85425dd

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    Ian Gowanloch has advertised and sold one recently at half the price.

    http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Ducati-85...e#ht_544wt_934

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    Default TriColore Rear Stand

    My lovely wife has just given me one of these Stands for my Birthday for my Tricolore, (It came from Ian G.)
    Can't speak highly enough about her (the Wife), or Ian G actually.

    Corsa.

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    Hi Guys,

    I bought the stand from Ian and its great except if you have a new chain (as I now have and the rear axle bolts are pretty close to the bobbin, you may need a little surgery
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    Default 851 Tricolore Stand

    Yes, I can see what you mean. I believe the Stand was for the Kit Swingingarm and not the Strada, (Different Bobbin location), but still with a bit of "Surgery" it'll work.

    Cheers.
    Corsa.

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    Default Tricolore rear stand

    That stand also formed part of the optional spares kit that came with my Lucchinelli Replica, suitable for the Kit with the same underbraced swinging arm but not so the Strada with the bobbins mounted by the wheel spindle.

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    Aha! I thought it was strange for the factory piece to fit so oddly and also not raising the bike up that much either...

    BTW very nice bike lochnagar!

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