Convert Paddock Stand to suit both a single sided swingarm CB1000R for $10
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    Lightbulb Convert Paddock Stand to suit both a single sided swingarm CB1000R for $10

    Hi Guys,

    If your like me coming from a bike that uses the conventional paddock stand, and now you have either both bikes or the change over to a single sided swingarm. The cost of a new rear stand is quite expensive $200+

    So after some thought it clicked on how i can use my normal paddock stand , just get a piece of thick piping that can cope with the weight and place through the tyre and links into the stands pivot arms.

    It cost me $10 for a piece of Galvanised pipe as pictured 15mm x 450mm approz 2-3mm in thickness.

    And now i have a stand for both my CBR600RR and CB1000R. And it works a treat. If i wanted to be fancy i can go and get it powdercoated. which i may end up doing in time for like $20.










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    A good way over the problem, but R&G make a rear wheel prtector that goes through the spindle. It also has 'v' shaped bobbins that will accept a normal paddock stand.

    Sorry, but it's easier to just fit the rear wheel protectors from R&G.
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    Perfect. Until you want to remove the rear wheel...
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    Quote Originally Posted by reeseyboy View Post
    Perfect. Until you want to remove the rear wheel...
    Hmm good point, i just used it for the rim stripping. So these R&G Paddock stand items, i havent seen them but will i have the same problem then when i want to remove the rear tyre?

    http://www.rg-racing.com/RGProducts/...s0027bk&page=2
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    Yep if you want to remove rear wheel you'll need something like an abba stand
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    meh, pay the extra couple of dollars when at bike shop for the tyre removal when changing the rear wheel, as no other reason to remove it except for sprocket change also..hmm as i think out loud. that could be a issue.. hmm overhang hoist to hold bike up and remove tyre i think could be a cheap fill in as well..

    thanks for the update and the advice guys
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    I bought one like that from that same seller EST Side Paddock Stand HONDA CB 1000R RVF VFR NEW | eBay
    I've been using it for more than a year now and I don't even use side stand anymore at home.

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    A great*exchange of information.
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