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Paddock stand for lifters!

I have preordered a set of chain adjusters with lifters for the sp1 from racetorx and cannot see online where to get a paddock stand to suit.
Looks like I need a stand with spools like lads would have on swingarms . Any advice ?
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Re: Paddock stand for lifters!

Harris makes em.
Pricey though
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Re: Paddock stand for lifters!

Put swing arm bobbins/spools/whatever you call them on one of your paddock stands
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Re: Paddock stand for lifters!

I thought maybe xlmoto Moto would have something cheapish , well fuck me was I wrong

https://www.xlmoto.ie/motorcycle-acc...nd_pid-AR55A00
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Re: Paddock stand for lifters!

https://www.sportsbikeshop.co.uk/mot...nt_prod/180969

Oxford do them cheap with flat and bobbing mountings.

They have a more expensive bobbin only option too about 90e
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Re: Paddock stand for lifters!

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I thought maybe xlmoto Moto would have something cheapish , well fuck me was I wrong

https://www.xlmoto.ie/motorcycle-acc...nd_pid-AR55A00
Reduced from Ä354.99!! Fuuuuuuck that. Surely you can buy little adapter spools that fit or bolt onto an existing paddock stand? That is mental money.
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Re: Paddock stand for lifters!

https://www.fc-moto.de/epages/fcm.sf...SABEgLNdvD_BwE

Also this.
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Re: Paddock stand for lifters!

I have a set of the cheaper ones for years and they are grand.
I'd only go full metal if you are planning on racing as they will stand up to panic mounting/discounting and being fucked about in a rush better.
If it's for slow careful home use do with the 50e ones above.
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Re: Paddock stand for lifters!

Get a Harris one for about 130.

The cheap ones feel comical when your used to Harris. Easyer lift and feels proper secure
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Here's what you are after.......


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Re: Paddock stand for lifters!

Originally Posted by johnny b
I have a set of the cheaper ones for years and they are grand.
I'd only go full metal if you are planning on racing as they will stand up to panic mounting/discounting and being fucked about in a rush better.
If it's for slow careful home use do with the 50e ones above.
The paddock stands you have posted are not what the OP is asking about or for.
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Re: Paddock stand for lifters!

That Harris one ainít too bad price wise considering the price of some others.
Thanks lads fair play
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Re: Paddock stand for lifters!

Originally Posted by Japcati
The paddock stands you have posted are not what the OP is asking about or for.
Oops, I thought he was looking for normal bobbins!

Not stupidly overpriced unnesacery racing fangled bits that you love!
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Re: Paddock stand for lifters!

I was worried when i saw the thread title, the word 'shirt' was the cause of my concern..........
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Re: Paddock stand for lifters!

Originally Posted by johnny b
Oops, I thought he was looking for normal bobbins!

Not stupidly overpriced unnesacery racing fangled bits that you love!
Bargain Basement for me.....
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