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Woodcraft Rear Spool Stand

  • Work Clearance: Mechanics appreciate both the easy lift effort and ample working clearance behind the stand - workseat clearance is excellent behind the rear wheel
  • XL Wheels: Woodcraft's trademark extra large quad 4" wheels are extremely stable and facillitate both lifting the bike on rough surfaces and rolling the bike around the shop
  • Powdercoated Finish: Woodcraft stands have one of the toughest, most expensive powder coat finishes available today
  • Bottom Skid Pads: Stainless Steel skids on the stand bottom slide easy and keep stand looking good
  • 35cm width between pick-up points
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Fitment Notes & Exceptions

  • This stand has a minimum width of 35cm between pick up points and will not work for smaller bikes such as Ninja 250's and Ninja 650's.
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Woodcraft Rear Spool Stand 4.8 5 16 16
Great stand... Got this stand to go with the Woodcraft spool sliders. Both are top notch products. Highly recommend. October 6, 2014
I love this stand Comparing this stand to some of the more expensive stands out there, this woodcraft piece will easily hold it's own. I've had mine for a few months now and absolutely love it. Use it everyday at home. It's compact and very easy to store in my garage or SUV for long trips. June 9, 2014
works as intended This stand works well. It's sturdy, rolls easily with the double wheels on either side and has a solid finish. Just beware that it will scuff concrete a little when supporting/rolling a bike because there are no feet between the metal and concrete on the "lever" portion of the lift. I put some on with some polycarbonate pucks and a couple bolts. Other than that issue this lift works great for a more reasonable price than other lifts. It fits the 2013 ZX10R perfectly. April 28, 2014
Great stand This stand is the most stable that I have used. Four wheels and added contact pads, makes it a long lasting reliable item in my garage. April 28, 2014
It does the job The stand does it's job well, and the finish is excellent. Just a note for people buying this for their bike which might have a smaller rear setup. Out of the box it might not fit. I found the best way to bend this into shape is using two ratcheting straps one at the posts and one mid way between the lift handle and the rear. Just tighten down the straps till it fits your bike. After doing that, I had no problem using it. -2008 SV650saf March 25, 2014
Great Stand Good looking stand. Works just as advertised. Good finish, easy to use. The price is awesome. March 15, 2014
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
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Woodcraft Rear Spool Stand
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Kevin R: Needed to be able to get the rear wheel of my Falco off the ground. Feb 5, 2014
A shopper asked: Will this stand work with my 2011 Yamaha R1 and 1980 Suzuki 850GS? I realize I may need to purchase the swingarm spools for the R1. But the Suzuki is the unknown...
Thanks!
Aug 11, 2013
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craig w: The wood craft stand is very wide. Im not sure about your suzuki but I own a Triumph Daytona 675R and I actually had to bend 1 side in a little to make it work. Aug 12, 2013
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JOSEPH P: I have a 2007 GSXR 600 and the stand works great. I had to buy and install the the spools but well worth it. I hope this helps you. Aug 12, 2013
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Tony H: I have the same bike and I already have rear spools on my bike but would that be fine or would it have to be woodcraft? Jan 16, 2014
Jack L: Works well with my Suzuki VStrom 1000. Very solid stand. Aug 13, 2013
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MARCO G: No, it will need the stand with the pads. Aug 12, 2013
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A shopper asked: Will this product fit the ninja 300 non abs, if so what is the pin size? Where can I buy pin for triple tree?

What are the stool size?.
Oct 1, 2013
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Phil W: I got my swing-arm spools directly from Woodcraft. They have a chart that identifies which spool you need for your model. I didn't see the Ninja 300 listed, but I know they make them. Call or write to their customer service.

Also, there's a video online of someone doing just this. Just google "Woodcraft Swingarm Spool Sliders Install."
Hope this helps.
Oct 1, 2013
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Scott S: Most Kawi's use 10mm spools, I'd imagine the 300 should be the same.

Also, note that the stand you submitted this question on is a rear stand, and cannot be used to lift the front of the bike.
Oct 29, 2013
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Michael H asked: Will this work for a 2013 zx6r with OES spools installed? Thanks! Nov 5, 2013
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Bryan Y: Yes. I'm using it on my 2012zx6r with oes spools. Nov 5, 2013
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A shopper asked: does this fit a Honda Cbr 500r - 2013?

Cheers.
Oct 5, 2013
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John D: Again, these are traditional swingarms so yes it will fit as the adjustments are very narrow to wide. Nov 26, 2013
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A shopper asked: will this stand work with a sv650 if it has spools? Jan 29, 2013
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RevZilla: The SV650's swingarm width is approximately 12 inches (30.5cm). Adding another 1/4 to 1/2 inch for each spool, the total width would be 12.5-13 inches (32-33cm). With a rear width of 35cm, there is a difference of 2-3cm. Woodcraft has designed the stand to be able to be bent slightly to alter the width to fit. For easier width adjustment, we would recommend the Woodcraft Rear Pad Stand. Jan 30, 2013
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A shopper asked: Is this compatible with a 2012 BMW S1000RR fitted with the factory BMW swing arm spools? Dec 18, 2012
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RevZilla: I believe your S1000RR does not come with spools from the factory, so to use this stand you would need to pick up some 8mm Woodcraft Slider Spools. With that said, for your bike we would recommend going with a universal stand, one that is adjustable. Check out the K&L MC45. Dec 20, 2012
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A shopper asked: Will this stand fit a 2009 Aprilla Mana 850? Nov 3, 2012
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RevZilla: Not unless you have added spools to your swingarm which are required to work with this stand. We recommend the Woodcraft-rear-pad-stand, which does not require spools and will work with your Mana's rear swingarm in stock form. Nov 5, 2012
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A shopper asked: will this stand fit in to my 2014 triumph bonneville t100? thanks Jun 30, 2014
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Woodcraft Rear Spool Stand 516526 25-0100 Available: Usually ships in 1-2 days