to put mine up on the rear stand I set a piece of a 2x4 under the kick stand. This sets the bike up almost level. Then I just liine up my rear stand under the swingarm n lift er up.
I put the rear on the stand the same way. A rough concrete floor makes it more difficult, since the stand kind of snags, but that 2x4 is perfect. To get it down, I just flip the side stand down, grab the back of the seat to steady the bike, and lift the handle with my hand slowly. Goes right back on two, then leans neatly onto the side stand.
Front stand is always last! The rear stand must be in before you lift the front. I have T-Rex stands set up to lift under the triple. Just straighten the front wheel, sneak the pin in between the headlight and front fender. Line the pin up, and make sure it goes in all the way. Make sure the rubber lower part of the stand clears the brakes, and lift same as the rear. The bike will tend to roll a bit, but not far, and the rearstand moves clean. Don't forget to remove the rubber seal under the triple!
I had a minor issue with my rear stand a while ago. One axle shaft is welded slightly off center, so one wheel would drag. I took the c-clip off, took the wheel to the grinder, and used the wire wheel to remove a little material. Now it's perfect, and cost way less than pit bull stands. I'm talking $160 for a rearstand, frontstand, and triple attachment. Solid stands with good powdercoat.