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this ones different to sams though, and its for the front one, holds the bike at the streering shaft so it wont fall off the stand. want to know anyone out there that has used one and if its alright
 

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ABBA is probably a good investment though, would definetly work better. might have to consider it, my rear paddock stand is a nightmare sometimes :/
 

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just double ya money and get it rather than fork out 48 for front stand. To me all paddocks more or less the same. Abba all the way im investing in one
 

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No excuse, £100 is two months for me :p
Buy it now! You won't regret.
 

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i will if i need £100 haha xD ill deffinetly have to consider it though, will be useful for many years to come :) trust our bikes to need a special adapter for it adding £8 more :rolleyes2:
 

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£100 is alot though, thats 20 hours of work for me, ouch!
yeah but put your bike at risk, by putting them on paddocks.. see it fall... theres more than £100 worth of damage i bet ya, plus abba is universal so you will have it for ever as long as you got a superbike
 

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i will if i need £100 haha xD ill deffinetly have to consider it though, will be useful for many years to come :) trust our bikes to need a special adapter for it adding £8 more :rolleyes2:
its 93 plus 8 for adapters i believe
 

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I've got one, it's a great bit of kit, you need a bigger pin for the R125, 21mm rings a bell, but can check for you.

Just remember you want the back firmly and safely on a paddock stand first, before using a front stand of any description. Bobbins are the only safe way in my opinion whether they are attached to the bike or the stand (where the bike has the hooks fitted).
 

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I've got one, it's a great bit of kit, you need a bigger pin for the R125, 21mm rings a bell, but can check for you.

Just remember you want the back firmly and safely on a paddock stand first, before using a front stand of any description. Bobbins are the only safe way in my opinion whether they are attached to the bike or the stand (where the bike has the hooks fitted).

Can I have yours please ;)
 

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yer i know that but you carnt buy the adapters on thier own and if you can none say they're for the r125 :hmm:
 

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might have to lol, iv looked through there whole site and couldnt find anything that said for our bikes, would probably have to send them a message and ask them :)
 

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I'm using the Oxford stand they fit fine I think mr Andy use the sameone
 
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