Front Motorcycle Paddock Stand rrp £44.99 now £15.50 @ Ghostbikes - HotUKDeals
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Use xmas10 for additional 10% off

rear available for £24.49
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#1
nice find
#2
I bought these (front & rear) late last year - perfectly adequate stands
#3
Showing without codes £15.50




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Edited By: neal on Jan 03, 2011 20:08
#4
Great price.
#5
Yeah, I have these. Bought from Ghostbikes via ebay. They are adequate, but not very well made. The circlip came flying off mine before I even had chance to use it. At least they supply two pairs (I think I know the reason for that....). So, an OK product for very occasional use, but if you intend to use more frequently, I'd invest in a more sturdy set.

Hot though for the price/intended usage...
#6
Although they are intended for the bigger and heavier motorbikes, would these be any good as a portable race-day stand for a mountain bike?


Edited By: jazid on Jan 03, 2011 23:15
#7
wtr to above, I doubt it would get narrow enought to hold a mtb wheel

As for using on the motorbike, Not sure I would trust this stand on my pride and joy but since I got an RR I REALLY need a stand to make oiling less of a chore...

however 10% code on some pretty fair prices and free delivery just means I got my Oxford rear stand for £47, that a hot deal for me (plus beat that VAT rise :D )
#8
Diveboy
Great price.
I love the fact your avitar is a paddock stand.
1 Like #9
DO NOT ! Buy these stands, I bought them last year and the front one collapsed with my fireblade on it, not a happy customer at all, if they had been a shop I would have taken the bike in to get them to repair it , would not touch them with a barge pole ! AVOID !

Bought an Abba stand instead, a lot easier to do on your own.

Edited By: Soulreape on Jan 04, 2011 01:08
#10
£15 for a reason, i wouldnt trust it personally
#11
You can get these cheap and cheerful stands at this kind of price at bike shows. The claimed original price is really not credible for what is reported to be a poor product. Your bike is worth too much to risk it on these.
#12
no chance unless its for a bike you dont mind falling over onto your pride and joy !!! happened here !
#13
Good one!
Cost me a small fortune when I was a rider

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