Woodcraft Rear Spool Stand
Works as expected
The Woodcraft stand (Made in the USA) works as expected on my 2013 Suzuki V Strom 650. I can easily raise & lower the rear wheel by myself, one hand steadying the bike the other pushing down the stand. Double sets of wheels seems durable, but I've only had it for a month.
I ordered the Woodcraft swingarm spools that had about 1/2" of contact area, which has been useful. Spools that mount close to the swingarm would probably require some bending of the stand, which is slightly wider than my V Strom swing arm.
January 10, 2014
Worth every cent
Simple and rugged, there is only one thing I'd change. There are provisions for rubber feet on the bottom of the stand, but mine didn't come with any. If you're worried about marring your floor (it has scratched my concrete up) then you should look into fabbing some feet.
Yes, you can use it solo, but expect to do a little bending and flexing if you've removed your kickstand for a track day.
November 18, 2013
Durable, very stable and easy to use sums it up.
This WoodCraft rear spool stand is very well built and easy to use. When compared to other stands I researched it's a great value for the money.
December 21, 2012
Great stand for the money!
I bought this stand for an 03 CBR 600.
Came already assembled and works perfect.
Very sturdy. I would recommend to anyone that is looking for a good stand at a good price.
December 6, 2012
Easy as can be!!
This product is great is comes already assembled and works great. Very easy to use and sturdy and reliable. I have a big bike and it lifted it with ease, for the price you cant beat it i definetly recommend.
November 8, 2012
Stupid Fast shipping!! Great Product, can't beat it for the price.
Great service and awesome product! Plan on spending 15 minutes unwrapping the bubble wrap lol.
July 3, 2012
Does what it should
Use the stand all the time to get some work done on the bike. Easy to use with just one person.
July 2, 2012
Well built stand. Woodcraft's stand design makes it easy to fit to the width of your swingarm. Sturdy and easy to use.
January 30, 2012