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PSR Econo Rear Spool Stand
PSR Econo Rear Spool Stand

$59.95

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Description See Also: 8 Reviews 6 Questions Part Numbers
Item #PSR0019

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8 Reviews
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Verified Purchaser
It works well.

This works good for my 2008 Hayabusa. Simple sturdy design.

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Lake Station, IN, USA
Does the job

this works likes it suppose to, i see no reason for buying anything more expensive.

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CorenS
How can you complain?

Hard to say anything bad about it, works fine, light, and super cheap. I don't see a reason to spend anymore for a rear stand!

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JBER, AK
Good price

Product is well priced and easy to put together.

Savannah, GA, USA
Worth the money

Excellent stand, works perfectly. No need to spend any more money

Verified Purchaser

Great buy!

I bought this for my 2009 Yamaha R6, easy to assemble and does the job, not to talk about the price.

PSR Econo Rear Spool Stand
PSR Econo Rear Spool Stand
6 Questions
Answered:   6
Not Yet:   0
wutopia
Q: Do you need to use a Rear Spool Stand in conjunction with a Front Stand? Or can one use just the Rear Stand by itself?
10 days 4 hours ago
robert
Top 10
10 days 4 hours ago
A: The rear stand can be used by itself.
BIllyBob
Q: Would this fit on a 1986 Honda Rebel 450 without the need for special spools?
Over 5 months ago
robert
Top 10
Over 5 months ago
A: We have PSR Non-Spool Hardware For Econo Rear Stand for models without spools.
blue28
Q: Just wondering will it fit on a gsxr 1000 ?
Over 3 years ago
year is 2009
pasgaines
Over 3 years ago
A: the hooks are adjustable, i left mine slightly loose the first time i lifted my bike then once it was up i could set the set screw, i have an R1, I have plenty of adjustment if i needed more.
MotoSportExpert
Top 1 Contributor
Over 3 years ago
A: This is a universal stand that is made to be used on a wide range of motorcycles. It does not have a specific model fitment. It is a Universal fit for regular swingarms with spools;
Adjustable width: 13.75" to 15". Also, feel free to give us a call at 888-676-8853 and we would be happy to help you out with your order.
JET12
Q: Will this stand work with OES brand spools?
Over 3 years ago
is this stand universal with different brand spools
MotoSportExpert
Top 1 Contributor
Over 3 years ago
A: Yes. Powerstands Racing Econo Rear Spool Stand is a Universal fit for regular swingarms with spools.
Marts7887
Q: Cbr 600 f4i 2001
Over 4 years ago
My cbr doesn't have a centre stand, so just looking for something to prop it up while doing minor repairs. would this fit nicely or would i have to install bobbins or anything ?
MotoSportRyanT
MotoSport Staff Expert
Over 4 years ago
A: With this Powerstands Racing Econo Rear Spool Stand you will need rear bobbins or spools installed to hook the stand into when lifting the bike up.
RBizzle
Expert MotoSport Staff
Over 4 years ago
A: That stand would work but you would also need to purchase some swingarm spools to go with it, like the spools listed.

You could also opt for a rear stand that has pads that sit under your swingarm to lift the bike up like one of these listed.
kingsquid
Q: Can it be operated by one person only? Both up and down.
Over 4 years ago
That is, can you lift the bike yourself? Then set it down quickly yourself without the bike falling over (onto the kickstand I assume)?
pasgaines
Over 4 years ago
A: yes, very simple to operate, up and down. when going down i stand on the kickstand side of the bike and slightly pull on the seat so when it touches down it will lean back on the kickstand. never a problem.
MotoSportRyanT
MotoSport Staff Expert
Over 4 years ago
A: Yes, This stand can be used by one person. When lowering the bike down, I would recommend first making sure your kickstand is out, lowering the rear wheel slowly until it touches the ground, then just make sure to lean the bike onto the kickstand as you roll the rear stand out from behind the bike.
# Part Numbers
Product Variant Manufacturer Part #
PSR Econo Rear Spool Stand 000010806