Best Swingarm Stand For Speed Triple

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  1. Fitz Brundage

    Fitz Brundage Member

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    I finally got my 2018 Speed Triple RS (white) and now realize that my old stand won't work with a single swing arm on the Triple. Any advice on a good stand.

    Much appreciated.
     
  2. joten

    joten Member

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    following, as i need one too
     
  3. Vulpes

    Vulpes Confused Member
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    I've got this one - with the wee wheels it works as a mover as well.

    Constands.
     
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  4. splodge

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  5. tcbandituk

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  6. Matthew Upshall

    Matthew Upshall Well-Known Member

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  7. Matthew Upshall

    Matthew Upshall Well-Known Member

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    Now now!
     
  8. Dave C

    Dave C Elite Member

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    Congrats on the arrival of your shiny new Speedy, when I bought mine I fitted a rear wheel spindle and converted my existing paddock stand to hooks, easy and much cheaper than buying another stand.
     
  9. splodge

    splodge New Member

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    That was why I looked at another stand - it took longer to get the finishers off and on again than to clean and oil the chain.
     
  10. tcbandituk

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    I've got finishers on mine and they take maybe a minute at the most to remove?
    Or are different types of finishers mounted differently?
     
  11. chuk

    chuk Senior Member
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    #10 chuk, Jun 13, 2018
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    simple to use and pretty cheap the warrior paddock (similar to conti) stand under £50,not as solid as Abba (i have both) but for the money no brainer,removed rear wheel twice using this stand for tyre change and caliper clean up.
     
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  12. bob1

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    alright for oiling the chain but no good for removing the wheel
     
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    Holty New Member

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  14. Red Thunder

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    For the most flexible option...but at a cost, is the Abba Skylift
     
  15. Bomber

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    This is my prefered choice,
    https://www.rg-racing.com/browsebike/Triumph/Speed_Triple/2011/SS0032BK/#prettyPhoto
    its a spindle that fits through the rear axle and also adds a bit of crash protection, if your current stand accepts bobbins You loose the pretty finisher on the right hand side, but I found it felt far more secure particularly when lifting on and off using my conventional paddock stand, than the single sided R & G paddock stand I had bought (this is great quality but sold now for the reasons mentioned) I also have an Abba stand and whilst it lifts both wheels and I use it for winter storage, its a pain removing the finishers each time or just leaving them off, also if you are particularly tight for space where you store the bike the Abba can be a real faff as you have to get to both sides of the bike. s
     
  16. Mike in NH

    Mike in NH Member

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    Can't beat the price for that especially if you already have a traditional paddock stand.
     
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  17. Larry McClenon

    Larry McClenon New Member

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    Bursig for the win.
     
  18. Fitz Brundage

    Fitz Brundage Member

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    Thanks for all the suggestions. I went for the R&G rear axle sliders and will use my current stand until I can splurge on a better option.
     
  19. tcbandituk

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    Oh, I dunno..... :p:D

     
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  20. Larry McClenon

    Larry McClenon New Member

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    I researched the abba, too many steps to set up and a lot of pumping the jack pedal in my opinion. I am waiting for confirmation on the fitment plate and will report back after I have used the bursig for a while.

    TheOath
     
  21. Chester Monty

    Chester Monty Well-Known Member

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    I've had one for 3 years now, works fine and a bargain at £45!
     
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