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BikeMaster Universal Rear Stand

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Brand BikeMaster
Price $89.96
Stand Type Rear
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  • Universal rear stand fits most double-sided swingarm applications
  • Folding design for compact storage
  • Comes with aluminum sliding adjustable distance spool type lift points
  • New and improved "Quick-Adjust" mechanism, quickly positions and firmly holds the V-cradles
  • 4 rubber bumpers between tubes and floor, allow for easy pick up
  • Powder coated paint for long lasting good looks
  • Extra reinforcement hoop at handle end for strength over other open hoop designs
  • Extra strength wheels

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    Is this big enough for my Hayabusa? I bought one at another place and it would work on a smaller bike but isn't WIDE enough nor does it extend far enough, reach far enough forward for the 'Busa swing arms. It is 14 inches wide, but has swing arm plates which just don't work as they are too narrow for the spools. I need a unit which will jack under the spools and has the width adjustment. Thanks.
    Asked on 7/29/2012 by TINO from Morro Bay

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Brand BikeMaster
Stand Type Rear