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Based upon feedback in an earlier thread, I ordered a Motorsports Products Universal Rear Sport Bike Stand:

Motorsport Products Universal Rear Sport Bike Stand - Street Bike - Motorcycle Superstore


I'm quite happy with it, both in terms of it's "fit" with the CBR, and with it's quality. It's actually quite a bit better than I expected. I used it today while installing the HealTech GIPro.

Here's some pics of the stand in use:

Honda CBR250R Forum : Honda CBR 250 Forums - skysensor's Album: Rear Stand

Disclaimer: I have no affiliation with the manufacturer or retailer. I'm just a satisfied customer.
 

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Wow... nice price for a nice stand. I may have to pick one of these up.
 

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I also got one of these stands (like in original post) and am happy with it. It's a "made in China" item, the assembly bolts could have been a little larger to take up some of the wobble when you have it put together, but that doesn't affect it's strength. It's a good, inexpensive stand for anything you need to do, from lubing the chain to changing the rear wheel.
 

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good idea..i was at the store the other day and almost got one..next time out i think i'll snag one..61.99 is a good buy..thanks for the pics
 

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Nice!

I got mine from Royal Distributing in Guelph, Ontario.
2011 Spring/Fall

I'm also a satisfied customer. Perfect fit. I used it to install my Healtech GI as well and will use the stand for my next project which is painting my wheels black.

Here are some pics..

Rear Stand pictures by GenMacSMiley - Photobucket
You have no pics of the right side of the bike w/ the muffler. I have seen and heard many issues with these type of stands hitting the bottom of the muffler on the CBR250. Is this the case with your stand, or did you have an aftermarket muffler?

I have the motorsport stand that I purchased off of ebay for $80 shipped, and I love it. Left it on their for almost 2 months and no flat spots.

How much is it shipped from motorcycle-superstore?
 

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You have no pics of the right side of the bike w/ the muffler. I have seen and heard many issues with these type of stands hitting the bottom of the muffler on the CBR250. Is this the case with your stand, or did you have an aftermarket muffler?
He actually shows it in this picture. About 1/8" of clearance.
 

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@pgkool: It does touch the stock muffler when positioned as shown on the left side picture. Once I noticed this, I moved the lift arm attachment almost directly beneath the axle when I use the stand during routine maintenance. But I would probably have to touch the muffler again when it's time to remove the rear wheel. btw, I picked it up from the store.
 

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I am out of the subject... but nice license plate! I like it! That's what I say to my wife... "No you don't climb on mine, go get one!" :)
 

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Based upon feedback in an earlier thread, I ordered a Motorsports Products Universal Rear Sport Bike Stand:

Motorsport Products Universal Rear Sport Bike Stand - Street Bike - Motorcycle Superstore


Disclaimer: I have no affiliation with the manufacturer or retailer. I'm just a satisfied customer.
I bought this stand and it is a piece of junk. It was missing a clip which meant one of the wheels couldn't be installed. Completely useless now. The company's customer service promised to send me a replacement clip on two occasions but it has yet to arrive (been about two months).
 

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I have this rear stand: TRACKSIDE - Rear Paddock Stand - Rear Stands - Stands - Accessories - CycleGear - Cycle Gear

It's similar to the stand from Motorcycle Superstore, but is more robust as the main framework is all welded construction. I don't have spools on my bike, so I'm using the rubber block option to lift on the underside of the swingarm, which has worked out fine for chain maintenance as well as removing the rear wheel. $50 is a great price for a stand of this quality.
 
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