|Item Weight||20 pounds|
|Package Dimensions||20.9 x 18.5 x 3.9 inches|
|California residents||Click here for Proposition 65 warning|
|Manufacturer Part Number||SMI6010|
|Vehicle Service Type||all-terrain-vehicles|
Venom Sport Bike Motorcycle Front & Rear Combo Wheel Lift Stands Fork & Swingarm Stands Paddock Stands Fits Yamaha Honda Kawasaki Suzuki Ducati BMW
|Price:||$70.99 & FREE Shipping|
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- Venom Sport Bike Dual Rear Spool & Front Fork Wheel Lift Stand
- Completely Lift Your Whole Bike - Perfect For Home Or Shop Repairs
- Professionally Designed And Full Adjustable To Fit Most Sport Bikes
- Brand: Venom | Material: High Grade Steel
- Color: Black (Front + Rear Stand Set)
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Venom Rear Wheel Spool Stand:
The rear spool lift stand is made of extra heavy duty steel construction for a long life, strength and durability. What makes this stand unique is what you don't see, the stand is engineered with a leverage ratio that makes it easy and simple to use. The rear spool lift stand allows easy and safe lifting of the rear wheel for repair, maintenance, and storage. Stand is supplied with four wheels for stability in all sorts of terrain.
Venom Front Wheel Fork Stand:
The front fork stand allows easy and safe lifting of the front wheel for repair, maintenance, and storage. The extra heavy duty steel construction means long life and durability in all conditions. The front stand is supplied with "under-fork rubber coated" adapters as standard equipment, the stand will not scratch or damage your forks. Stand is supplied with four wheels for stability in all sorts of terrain.
- Condition: Brand new in box
- Quantity: 1 set of Front and Rear Spool Lift Stands
- Color: Black
- Material: High grade steel
- Spools Required / Not Included
- Easy to assemble
- Will lift all sport bikes (within the adjustable width)
- Front stand is placed under the front fork, push down, and the motorcycle
- will lift
- Rear stand is placed under the rear spool located in the swingarm (sold separately), push
- down, and motorcycle will lift
- Not compatible with single-sided swingarms
Front & Rear Wheel Lift Stand
The Venom Lift Stands allow easy and safe lifting of the front and rear wheel for repair, maintenance, and storage.
Front Wheel Lifts The Fork
Front wheel stand is placed under the front fork, push down, and the motorcycle will lift.
Rear Wheel Lifts from Spools
Rear stand is placed under the rear spool located in the swingarm (sold separately), push down, and motorcycle will lift.
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Haven't had issues but these aren't the most sturdy out there. However, I've sat on the bike while it's been on the stands and they've held up. For the price I'd recommend as long as they don't fall apart. However, if they do I'll be posting an update.
caveats 1,2, & 3
1)if space is an issue you could get a way with only purchasing one of them, but I recommend getting both as they really don't take up that much extra space together. 2) I will say your mileage may vary as my bike is only 500 lbs approx. and I am tall (6'0") and heavy (245), factors that help in using one of these. 3) Finally the issue of tightening the forks so that they hold their lateral position, I recommend using a "loose" hold for the screw, enough that the forks won't just drop out when held sideways, but loose enough to adjust should the ground/floor cause the angle of the fork to be a bit hinky.
First things first: This thing is nowhere near perfect. If there was a jig for welding these, it's never been set correctly. A few things are a millimeter or two off, which upsets things later on. Same deal with the fork mounts. They aren't level. (Side note: there was a level packaged with mine. Why, I don't know. Did anyone else get one?)
I had instructions with mine. They were pretty simple, but did leave a bit of a need for deciphering. The main gripe about that, is a need for torque specs. These things wiggle and wobble unless you tighten the bejezuz out of them. If you have a welder and don't mind the work, weld the arms to the main handle. It'll be a much sturdier unit. If you don't want to do that, tighten the bolts until you just about start to bent the piping from the torque. Not the best way to do things, but that tightens up the wobble. The front stand is wide enough to fit around the front tire and brakes, but the fork mounts don't adjust wide enough to clear much at their widest setting. I had to do some finagling to get it to work. There should be a 4th adjustment hole. The attached pictures are how they sit on the front of this bike without adjustments.
For me, it did its job, and doing it well enough. If you're willing to do some work to get them right, pick these up. If you want something perfect out the box, go ahead and get some Pitbull stands.
I'm a cheapskate, so these were perfect for me. Lol.