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November 25, 2002, 07:10 PM



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Universal Front and Rear Wheel Stand Package - 13012 $99.00
This rear stand will fit any dual arm sport bike. Allows rear wheel removal, chain oiling and adjusting. Lifts/stabilizes bike in seconds, protecting tire, bike, and owner.

The new design of the front wheel stand securely lifts 90+% of all sport bikes in seconds. Design allows for stem tightening, front wheel cleaning, removal, and tire protection.
My buddy K12RSSTEVE from SBN just ordered a set and told me about this place. He says they worked great with his 900 Monster and K12RS and they felt solid and made of good quality stuff. Just ordered mine today!

Check it out at http://www.handyindustries.com/webdeals.asp if you're interested in them.


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November 26, 2002, 08:30 AM

i just got it, its great and does the job. feels pretty sturdy and you can't beat the price!!


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November 26, 2002, 01:16 PM

Do you need spools?

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November 26, 2002, 03:12 PM

i think they come in two types. i got the ones that had "bobbin supports" because those are used with spools, which i had already.
another version comes with rubber pads, which i'm assuming is used for bikes without spools.


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I should just get spools anyway.. but I'm lazy lol..

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November 26, 2002, 06:11 PM

I got the one with the rubber pad supports - this should work fine for most bikes, especially if you have a rectangular swing arm section. I figured I could always add the spools and use it with them if I wanted to. Steve also got the one with the rubber pads.


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November 26, 2002, 10:50 PM

Y'all just gave me the hook up for stand deal!!!! I'm gonna check it out, I was thinking of buying stands, too, but didn't wanna pay for new ones....I like Pitbull stands but if these work good, I'm getting'em! Thanks, great timing!


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I ordered my set today!

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November 28, 2002, 09:37 PM

Looks like a good deal.
I have a PitBull rear stand and it is awesome. I've owned several over the years and it is the best by far.
My experience is not to skimp on a stand. If your bike falls over you will be sorry and out more money than a stand costs... :mad2:
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November 30, 2002, 09:39 AM

I don't really know which is better. My instincts tell me that the spools would be easier to get the bike up and perhaps a little bit more stable. As far as working with the R6, I can't tell you for certain, but I would think that they do. You can always try mine out once I get them (should be early this coming week) or ask Ludicrous-speed - I'd like to compare them myself and see what the difference is.


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November 30, 2002, 09:52 PM

there is a guy on my vtr list who sells rear stands which work with the kickstand to elevate the rear wheel.if anyone is is interested I will get his web address(I forgot it and can't figure out what the hell it is!)they are 19.99 and work great(I have one)
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December 1, 2002, 01:19 PM

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I still have to order the spools but I am getting these if someone can answer these questions for me.

1. I want these but will they work well with the R6 and spools?
2. Which is better to use the contact pads or spools?
i'm pretty sure that they will work for your R6 if you get their spooled version. the stand is fully adjustable so you'll be able to change the width of the stand to fit your bike. i think that spools are also more stable because there is a groove that the stands sit in which would make it extremely hard for your bike to tip over.

p.s. if you want, i'll email you some pics of what the stands look like for a bike with spools

[Edited on 12/1/2002 by Ludicrous-speed]


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December 1, 2002, 03:57 PM

check out www.inturace.com as well for swingarm sliders and other cool stuff! I ordered from them and took only 4 days to get.


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How is kneedraggers for getting your order to you quickly? Does anyone know a local shop where I might be able to pick up a pair of Intuitive swingarm sliders?
ive ordered stuff from kneedraggers. got my rear pitbull stand from them. kneedraggers has pitbull send out the stand. some deal they have together. i got mine within a week from ordering thru UPS ground. also got my aplinestars gloves with free 2 day shipping from them.


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