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    Quote Originally Posted by lidenskap View Post
    I ended up buying the R&G stand and pin myself, it seems to work fine. Attachment 46418
    It's a bit fiddly to attach with the plastic bit on the end of the pin, but it seems to work. The stand itself is a bit shaky and nowhere as solid as the Pit Bull single sided stands, but it seems to hold up fine so far.
    The plastic bit supports the rim centre?

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    I have the same set-up.

    The reason it works fine is that it allows the use of a conventional paddock stand which is supporting the wheel / back end of the bike on both sides.

    Have removed mine at the moment, don't like the look of it permanently in place, and it needs to be removed when they take my rear wheel off next week to change the tyre.

    I intend to source a metal bolt / rod of the same diameter as the R&G spindle, but slightly longer, having a bolt head on one end and a thread on the other.

    When I want to get the bike up on the paddock stand it will be a one minute job to insert the bolt, with R&G bobbins in place, and tighten the threaded end using a butterfly bolt.

    Perfect

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    I have a stand from Barracuda,looks ok & fits good.The problem that the pin was bad from factory ,badly machined,it's like bent.Waiting for replacement. It has allen key shape so fit very tight into the hole.
    Last edited by Russo; 08-15-2019 at 02:43 AM.

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    I'm having this stand... and I'm very pleased with it....

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    Quote Originally Posted by DouglasRamsey View Post

    When I want to get the bike up on the paddock stand it will be a one minute job to insert the bolt, with R&G bobbins in place, and tighten the threaded end using a butterfly bolt.

    Perfect
    How do you drop the wheel out while it's up on the bobbins?

    I'm using an ABBA at the moment.
    Works well enough, but it's a clumsy arrangement.
    Nothing beats the simplicity of a paddock stand that you can just throw into the hub and lever the bike up.
    I have a SS Harris, and will be turning a pin & sleeve to fit once I have the correct dimensions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tifa View Post
    How do you drop the wheel out while it's up on the bobbins ?
    I don't, I just put the back end up on the stand to adjust the chain, although I was told at my local dealer the chain slack Honda specify is with a rider sat on the bike.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DouglasRamsey View Post
    ........although I was told at my local dealer the chain slack Honda specify is with a rider sat on the bike.
    That's a new one.
    Tricky to do if you're on your own?

    I just go for 25-35mm slack, and always err towards having it a bit looser rather than tighter if you're not sure.

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    I commented to the guy who told me this that my arms aren't long enough to do that 😃

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    Quote Originally Posted by DouglasRamsey View Post
    I commented to the guy who told me this that my arms aren't long enough to do that
    piling the mileage on...

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    Had my previous model pin milled down to 17.8
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