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It's ok. Does the job but not great
It does the job but because it only has the center part the supports the whole bike, it isn't stable. It tilts to one side a bit because there is play between the sliding tubes. You really need to stand and almost jump on lever for it to raise. It does work but not as stable as I'd like. I have a ktm 250 on it.
It is valued inexpensive so I guess you can't expect too much
February 14, 2015
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Michael T:I wouldn't recommend it for any bike more than about 300lbs. It has no hydraulic assist so you are lifting the bikes entirely with your own strength. More importantly though, the height of the stand when in the lowered position is almost certainly too high to fit under your CBR.
This stand is for dirt bikes and small dual sports. You probably want front and rear stands that fit under the forks and swing arm or spools (if you have them). Nov 7, 2014
Jesse S:I have this stand for my 250 dual sport, which weighs 285 pounds. It's an economy stand for a reason. Trying to use the lever on this stand is extremely difficult. I recommend a better stand for a 600. Nov 7, 2014