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Make the most of your rear stand!! Woodcraft swingarm spools are designed wide for easy stand location with raised lips on their outer edges for security. Your stand will work even better when coupled with these spools. These pieces are hard anodized for a protective finish.
Great spools, needs slight modificaiton
My issues has more to do with the geometry of a Triumph 675 swing arm and not the quality of the product, but I had to fab a small tapered spacer to keep the spool from making contact with the swing arm. It would appear that the shoulder on these spools is a little to shallow.
July 28, 2014
I was looking for cheap/nice looking spools and these fit the bill. Follow sizing on webpage for bike application, worked fine for me.
July 13, 2014
Couldn't be happier. Piece of cake to install on my Gladius and worked perfectly with the pit bull.
June 23, 2014
Not much to say but they are spools and work like they suppose to. No issues and straightforward. Need them for regular maintenance.
June 4, 2014
Highly functional and great look.
High quality materials and does what it's supposed to. Only downside is no option to choose color of bolt.
March 17, 2014
work as expected
Woodcraft spools work as expected with the Woodcraft rear wheel stand. The extra contact space is useful since the stand is wider than my swingarm.
Material and quality seem great, but I can't speak to durability yet as I've only had them a few weeks.
January 10, 2014
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A shopper asked:I own a 1995 Triumph Daytona 900, and looking at purchasing a rear stand. I don't know if the bike has the ability to mount spools for the stand I'd like. Does anybody know this?Feb 18, 2014
stephen c:The woodcraft website has a good section on supported bikes and the appropriate size to order, but I would be surprised if they went all the way back to 1995.
But ... it should be obvious if your bike's swingarm has threaded holes for the spools. Then you just need to determine the correct size by trying a few metric bolts, either from your stash or a local hardware store.Feb 18, 2014