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OX281 - Oxford Rear Premium Motorcycle Paddock Stand

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First and foremost, bikes like being stored upright. There are several models that specifically don’t like being stored for any length of time on just the side stand – the oil drains to one side and exposes the engine’s internals to air and moisture, with potential corrosion issues. This stand is universal fit, however we can see no reason why this stand is not suitable for yourHonda. The stand comes with free Oxford Clean Grips. You can attach them to the stand for comfortable lifting and then attach them to your handlebar grips before starting maintenance. This stand will lift your bike with no issues. You will not need bobbins as the stand uses a cup/padfitment.

The difficulty with using any cantilever type stand is that the bike wants to tip over when it is unsupported. I think that some of the reviewers have been putting their bikes up on the stand for the very first time, without the aid of a helper. This in my experience is not always a recipe for success. You can blame the stand that your bike fell over but it is not always the fault of the stand. Perhaps the manufacturer or retailer could make this point to first time users and save everyone a lot of heartache. The stand is made down to a budget but is perfectly strong enough for light home use. The tubing is adequate for the task and the welding is such that it is properly welded and sturdy. Trust me when I say that you could not manufacture this stand in a home workshop fr the price they are selling it for! The bolt together joints are well formed and the clamping action of the bolt-through fittings are perfectly capable of holding the stand together firmly. The parts are easy to assemble and the instructions are simple to read and understand. The rear swing arm pads are wide and their soft face pads will not damage the bike while lifting it. The stand itself is wide enough to support the bike safely on a flat surface. The action of lifting the bike, (My Aprilia Tuareg 660.) was pretty easy, even at my advanced age! If I have any comment to make, it would be to suggest a couple of M6 x 60 bolts and a couple of plastic/alloy bobbins be added to the kit to safely locate the swinging arm pads against the swinging arm to prevent any slipping while lifting.

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Unfortunately this stand is not suitable for your Triumph, as the exhausts are in the way. It will work if you remove thesilencers. A compact frame construction makes them very rigid and very stable. At the same time, an elongated handle provides excellent leverage, so lifting your bike requires minimum effort. If you want a stand to last you a lifetime, you should go for a single-piece stand that locates with bobbins, then when you switch bike you can just switch the bobbins over. Or you could go for a stand that locates in the frame or swingarm pivot, like an abba stand. Hi there, is this stand suitable for a 2018 Kawasaki Z1000SX with Kawasaki bobbins? KindRegards. March 26, 2019

This stand is a universal fit but if your bike has a curved swing arm, you will require bobbins before you can use thisstand. Easy-to-use stands that make lifting a bike effortless with touches to ensure once in the air, your pride and joy is held there safely." - RiDE Magazine Best Buy As long as you ensure that the Bobbin hooks included are fitted to your stand, the stand will be suitable for yourmotorcycle.With all this information, it can be difficult making a decision, especially when you have to make the correct choice for your bike.

This is suitable for your Tiger 800, but we would always recommend using a stand with hooks and bobbins ifpossible.Their powerful construction makes these stands suitable for the widest possible range of applications - from lightweight to big bikes - and rear stands come with both L-shaped cups for swing arms and forks for bobbins. Will this fit a 2005 Triumph speed triple 1050. I wasn't sure if it was adjustable for width.Cheers October 6, 2018 Unfortunately as this is a universal product we are not able to advise on specific fitments, apologies. Oxford list the the stand as suitable for swing arms with overall widths of260-355mm. We see no reason why this wouldn't fit your motorcycle as the plates can be adjusted to the desiredwidth.

How wide is the stand? I have a Ducati GT1000 and the distance between the outside edges of the swing arm is 37 cm. Will thisfit? November 6, 2017 The cups/pads should lift your bike ok, but should you wish to fit bobbins, the necessary hooks are included with thestand. Why? Firstly, they’re a universal stand and all you need to do is buy the correct-sized spindle for your bike. For example, a Triumph Speed Triple needs a 27.5mm adapter. While the spindle pin for a Ducati 1199 (and 1198 and later 1098) is 40mm and an 848 is 25mm. If you have a BMW you’ll need the RHS swingarm stand, not the LHS one and you’ll need a 52.9mm spindle.I bought this in preference to buying the very much more expensive, OE Manufacturer, Centre Main stand for my specific bike and it works perfectly for the task I bought it for. I've given a 5* rating as for the modest price, it works properly and completely fulfilled my expectations. Thankfully, this sturdy dolly stand from Oxford has a few neat features to alleviate that issue. Firstly, the arms that cradle the fork legs have rubber pads to prevent scratching, providing an opportunity to get them settled first without risking damage to paintwork. They're spring-loaded, too, locating the pads positively under the fork ends so they don't slip out. We can confirm that this is a universal stand which will fit your motorcycle. You will not need to install bobbins as this has a cup/padfitment.

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