Woodcraft 10mm Swingarm Spool Sliders
Great Sliders for the money
Purchased these for my Ninja 650 as couldnt find much else to fit without a spacer. Bolted right up, look good, and work with my stand. Thanks!
March 26, 2015
Easy to install
I got these for my Ninja 300. They're super easy to install and not only do they serve as swingarm spools but they protect the swingarm if the bike tips over. Fast shipping from Revzilla!
February 19, 2015
Useful spools that will protect your swing!
These are simply rear stand spools that double as sliders. I believe they are made of the same plastic that the Woodcraft slider pucks are made from. I think it is delrin. They have a stainless bolt inserted and came with spacers to clear the swing arm on my ZX-10R. They seem very sturdy. They work great with my rear stand and seem like they would offer protection in a crash.
One point I would like to make is that these are very large. If you are looking for spools that are understated and would go unnoticed, these are probably not the ones for you.
December 12, 2014
Great product, great service.
I needed a way to do some maintenance on my 2013 kawasaki Versys and so I bought these. Easily installed. I'm going to use some locktite to make sure they don't vibrate out. Thanks again, Revilla!
December 9, 2014
Very nice looking, easy to install.
Had to go get a different allen wrench to put on, but thats not a big deal to me, i wanted a new set anyways. go on incredibly easy, no hiccups (aside from making sure they weren't cross-threading the hole).
Would recommend to anybody.
November 27, 2014
easy to install, great product
I found this to be very easy to install and with a great price... revzilla service level is always great
September 11, 2014
Works as expected
Installed these on my 2014 Ninja 300 SE w/ABS. Didn't torque them down to a spec, but I applied Loctite Blue and let it dry for 48 hours.
Makes putting my bike up on the rear stand much easier!
August 25, 2014
Installation was easy, but will it hold up?
I bought the 2-Step for my '14 Kawi Ninja 650.
Installation was extremely easy.
Bolt > Small Washer > Slider > Inner Metal Tube > Thick Washer
I used blue loctite on the threads to make sure that these sliders would vibrate loose.
You will be placing the swingarm stand directly on plastic. The sliders are plastic and the metal piece on the inside reinforces it. However, like I said, the stand will be on plastic, which will wear away.
Stick out far enough to protect the swingarm. Also, they're very solid.
I would recommend this product. It serves its purpose and is rather sturdy.
June 27, 2014