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Works great for a 2014 KLR 650
Was looking for a stand for maintenance without the need of spools. This one fits the bill perfectly. Very easy to lift the 432# bike.
October 27, 2014
Works for me
It's the price I wanted to pay for a product I wanted. I've got a '99 R6 and it works great on the rear swing arm. Easy enough for one person to stand the bike up.
September 3, 2014
The Woodcraft rear pad stand is very well made. Straight forward efficient design and good quality materials. The welds are very good and the finish is good as well. The wheels are heavy duty and fit the task. The adjustment for the lift points use a simple but effective spring clap arrangement to set the width to catch the swing arms. The handle is long enough to give you enough leverage to easily lift a bike on your own. I am very pleased with the stand and now don't understand how I got a long without out one so very long.
August 12, 2013
Solid Stand, Great Price
This is the first stand I bought for my bike (600R) and it fits perfectly. The construction is nice and solid and the angled handle already saved me from a pinched hand. The size of the wheels does exactly as intended and allows you to set the rear wheel back down easily and gently. This is a great quality stand for a great price and I highly recommend it to anybody that is lifting by swing-arm.
June 29, 2013
Great product for a great price
I was torn between this stand and the pitbull (which has a reputation as the best stand out there). After reading many reviews I decided to go with the Woodcraft stand and am not disappointed. The quality of material is top notch and fits my bike (600rr) perfectly with minimal adjustment. I'd highly recommend this rear stand if you're in the market for one!
April 22, 2013
As sturdy as pad stands get
Best pad stand I've used. Nice thick tubing keeps the stand stable with heavy bikes and the oversize wheels make it easy to pick the bike up in a fluid motion instead of just "snapping" down. The adjustable pad area is exceptionally robust and I have no worries leaving my 520lb+ bike supported for days on end. Would definitely recommend, and look forward to purchasing Woodcraft's front stand in the future.
September 10, 2012
best stand for motorcycle
very nice tire stand for my Honda HRC 1000rr it was fitted to good for the bike I recommend it.
May 29, 2012
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Casey C: Woodcraft seems to be a company that cares about quality on all of their products so I chose to reward that and go with them over the pitbull even though I think both make great standsMay 17, 2014
JOSUE AMIUD L asked:Will this fit Kawasaki ninja 300 ABS?Dec 2, 2014
Steven H:Well, I'm in Mexico for the winter so I can't toddle down to the local dealer and try it out but what I'd advise anyone, especially if they have a sport bike or anything close to it, is get a spool stand. If I had it to do over I would not have bought this for my Triumph Street Triple R. At the time, Revzilla did not sell the Woodcraft spool stand. Woodcraft makes good stuff but this, for me, has not been the best solution.Dec 2, 2014
Will Y:I do believe it will, however I measured the widest adjustment is approximately 12.5", most narrow that I would trust is 10" and the width is an infinite adjustment within those measurements. At lifted position, the bottom of the fork that rests on the stand will be 13.75" from the floor surface. Dec 2, 2014
Rod F:I think you will be fine. I bought this stand to use with my BMW F800R (for which it works great) but it adjusts narrow enough that I can easily use it with my Honda CRF250X. The width of the swingarm on the CRF is around 10", so it should work with your 11" swingarm.May 21, 2014
Steven H:From looking at photos on the Yamaha website it appears it would. That said, if the bike will accept spools or spool sliders I would highly recommend getting a stand that is designed for spools. It is a bit less expensive and a more secure way of holding the bike. At the time I bought this Revzilla did not appear to carry the Woodcraft version of a spool stand. It is well-made though.Aug 2, 2014
Jose A:If on the bottom of your bikes rear chassis you have those threads... You can add spools those those threads... You need to examine your bikes rear closely. If your bike has that option... It should fit... I sold this stand because It was vary difficult use this stand. I would recommend the pitbull models... If you have the money.. It is worth the investment Aug 2, 2014
Steven H:I went down to my Triumph dealer and looked at the T100 Bonneville. I would say it will NOT work because of the mufflers getting in the way. Now if you had a Thruxton with the upswept mufflers, then yes, I think it would. I noted some bolt holes towards the middle of the lower frame, perhaps for a center stand? That would be the way I would go if they make one. Additional info about my stand is the inside width of the vertical bars is about 16.5". Subtract about another 1.5" on each side for the part that hold the padded rods and you have the approximate max inner width.Jun 30, 2014
RevZilla:Due to the single-sided swingarm, Woodcraft stands will not work with your bike. The K1300S needs a single-sided paddock stand with a certain diameter pin to fit inside the rear wheel axle. For the most secure fit and appropriate performance, Woodcraft recommends using the paddock stand sourced from BMW USA.Sep 26, 2012