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post #11 of 59 Old 07-06-2012, 07:02 PM
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i just picked up the parts canada stand for $75 CDN with the flat pads. the stand came with the brackets to fit spools when i get them. works well enough for now, just have to watch where i lift as the stock muffler can get in the way.
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Harbor Freight. Cut off the lip on the left side. Works perfect. $30. I bought two.
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Looks very simular to the one on ebay. With the exception that the one from Harbor Freight has a cross brace, which should give it more strength. Wow $30 is tempting.
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Looks very simular to the one on ebay. With the exception that the one from Harbor Freight has a cross brace, which should give it more strength. Wow $30 is tempting.
Yeah, the closest HF here is about an hour and they don t have it.

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Yeah, the closest HF here is about an hour and they don t have it.
Have you seen this one?



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I just bought a set of these. Decent stand for the money.

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the venom rear stand is identical to the one i bought. the front stand looks good but I'm looking for the type that seats in the bottom triple clamp so i can take off the front wheel and shocks so i can rebuild my forks while the front of the bike is still supported.
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Decent stands from discountramps.com. I got the black widow set I think. It came with the attachments for swing or spool lift. Works well & good price after shipping to Alaska.


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i've got one the same as that, if you put it kinda just in front of the axle nut it clears the muffler just. it is fine for lubing chain, etc
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Where did buy your one from??/

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I would never use a rear stand without pickup spools on the swingarm, they are just too unsteady.

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Hi bods

Where did buy your one from??/
A place in canning vale, they are called radum, on catalano cct. It was about $60 I think but it does the job well enough. Its not what I would call unstable, its fine for lubing the chain and probably removing the wheel.
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