PSR Economy Rear Spool Stand

  • Constructed of mild steel
  • Powder coated finish
  • Designed for use on most late model sportbikes
  • Spool hardware has an adjustable width range of 10.75” to 14.25”
  • Optional swingarm lifting hardware sold separately
  • Spool lifting hardware included
  • Available in White only

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Our Two Cents

A rear spool stand for under $60? When I first heard about this product, I had some concerns. We ordered a set of front and rear stands so we could test them out. We tested this rear spool stand under a ZRX1100, which is not a lightweight motorcycle, the stand was sturdy and easy for one person to operate. This is a 3-piece stand that requires assembly, which is simple. I recommend that you tighten the hardware completely or the legs of the stand that support the motorcycle will wobble slightly. Swingarm lifting hardware is sold separately (in the drop down menu) allowing this stand to be used on motorcycles that do not have spools. Because this stand ships in 3 pieces, the possibility this stand may show up with with scuffs or scratches exists. Scratches and scuffs do not affect the integrity of the stand and we will not replace your stand if it shows up in this condition. This is a quality stand and PSR backs up their products, if they didn’t, we wouldn’t offer them.

Happy Customers Who Bought This Product

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From: Stephen S.
Location: Kansas

Great rear stand for the price! Got it dialed in for the distance of my 2013 Ninja 650 rear spools and have had no problems with it - used it when i had the wheels off for painting them red. Great motorcyclegear. (Read more...)

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From: Allistair L.
Location: Iowa

I purchased this stand being a little leery that it was not a Pit-Bull stand. Assembly was easy, made of strong material, light-weight and easy to store. No assistance needed to lift rear, not wobbly and will last the life of your bike. (Read more...)

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