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Adding spools to RRW

Anyone ever add spools for the rear stand? If so how'd u do it? Thanks.
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Anyone ever add spools for the rear stand? If so how'd u do it? Thanks.
Yes, did it to my first/original 93RRP. Had a friend machine the lugs to fit the spools I bought, then had a welder weld them to the bottom of the swinging arm. Looked factory, and strong enough for a 225 lb fat ass rider with gear.


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Re: Adding spools to RRW

Thanks I figured it could be done.
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Re: Adding spools to RRW

Or get an ABBA stand.
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Re: Adding spools to RRW

not quite a spool but this is what I did to my RRW


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1998 RRW standard but with a tweak
https://www.fireblades.org/forums/hon...e-my-take.html

(not really standard at all to be honest, but it keeps me amused!!!)
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not quite a spool but this is what I did to my RRW

89, those are far too trick for the common man

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thank you for posting this!
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Re: Adding spools to RRW

I"ll add a picture, just because I'm bored...






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Re: Adding spools to RRW

The R&G Racing spindle sliders for the CBR600F fit straight in.

Honda SS0010BK Spindle Sliders
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The R&G Racing spindle sliders for the CBR600F fit straight in.

Honda SS0010BK Spindle Sliders

Not much use though if you're removing the wheel...

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Re: Adding spools to RRW

I never said they were. What they are is nice & cheap and a damn sight easier than welding lugs on.
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Re: Adding spools to RRW

http://www.abbastands.co.uk/images/g...ireblade-2.jpg

Best option by far, get the front lift too, and you can leave it propped up both ends safely.
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Best option by far, get the front lift too, and you can leave it propped up both ends safely.

Are they strong enough to allow you to sit on the bike?
The only thing that stops me from trying this sort of stand is that I often have to sit on the race bikes while setting them up.

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Re: Adding spools to RRW

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Are they strong enough to allow you to sit on the bike?
The only thing that stops me from trying this sort of stand is that I often have to sit on the race bikes while setting them up.
Yes most definitely, they are built from v strong high quality steel indeed.
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