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post #51 of 59 Old 10-23-2012, 06:58 AM
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Hi Crew, can someone please tell me what these are for? They came with my rear stand but I don't even know what they are called to be able to google them.. I'm assuming they are for either side of the swing arm?


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Yep. If you don't have spools on your swing arm, this is what the arm rests on.

If you have spools - put them to one side. You may have a mate who needs to borrow your stand or you may get another bike without spools.

If you don't have spools, you will certainly need these!

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We meet again MrShadow

Thank you for the help, I was trying to work out how they connected the the swing arm hahaha.


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Cycle gear has the rear paddock stand for $50 right now. I use it to work on my chain .its very stable and no spools needed
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Cyclegear rear and front paddock stands are on sale now for 49.99. Picking up a set. Anyone use the rear stands with the Trex swingarm sliders? Going to order a set of those. Also t-rex has 15% off all items. Use code "blackfriday" starting Thursday to Monday. (Looks like the code is working now though)
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I'm using that stand with the T-Rex spools. works like a champ.
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Cycle Gear has both the rear and the front stands on sale for 29.99 each. Black friday type thing. Just FYI, for those that need them.
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^^^ I went down there and got the Trackside rear paddock stand, not the 29.99 one, but the 49.99 one. The cheaper just seemed, well...cheap. The arm is a little funky, but works. Supports the swing arm perfectly without even having to adjust it once stripped of the bubble wrap. If you have the cash and want a stand that will support a much heavier bike or need the piece of mind go for the Pitbull, but this one worked well for my first chain maint.
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The 29 dollar one is not bad at all. With spools, it is as solid as any other stand. And I like the fact that I can break it back down and put it in the box when I move next month. a bit of a space saver.

But either way, glad you were able to get a good deal on a stand.
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