Warrior Spider bike stand

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  1. wilbert

    wilbert Active Member

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    I have a warrior spider bike stand which is approx. 2 years old. It has the attachment for a RR5 model so should fit 04 to 07 models and for any other models a different attachment can be purchased.

    Looking for £50 collected, can deliver a short distance for no or little cost or post a buyers expense.
     
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  2. nigelrb

    nigelrb Active Member

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    Hmmm. PM'd.
     
  3. Muffking

    Muffking Elite Member

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    Bargain, get it. I have 2 ;)

    On old picture, but I use my stands all year round for storage & maintainence.
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  4. Frost1

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    did this sell ?
     
  5. wilbert

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    Got a buyer lined up but they are yet to collect as I am away at NW200
     
  6. Frost1

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    ok let me know if they knock, i'm in leeds and would collect :)
     
  7. Apollo

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    Hey, just wanted to ask ya - I was looking at getting one of these but found a lot of feedback about the bike falling and slipping off the stand as it's not fixed from the opposite side at all, how did you find it? Thanks and sorry for being a c*nt and asking about this in a sales thread :D
     
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    Not my thread, but I can answer that.
    I've only heard of the early 1Jac versions slipping before they modified the faceplate that hold the pins. The warrior version can lean slightly, but it's easily fixed with washers either above the outer jocky wheels or in the bottom pin of the stand. For added security I drilled the pins on mine with a bench drill for R clips.

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    Is the spacer fitted permanently in the top hole (is that the engine mount hole? )
     
  10. Muffking

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    That replaces the nut on the top engine mount. It permanently sits in the frame. The lift pin on the stand slides inside that when you lift the bike.
     
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  11. hitch

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    How far does it stick out then? ..or does it fit flush with the frame?
     
  12. Muffking

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    The one on the road bike sticks out 20mm proud of the frame. The pic is from on the tack bike using a mount from a 2009 R1 which I made fit.
    It's not in the way due to it's location and don't forget that it's on the n/s of the bike, so nobody see's it when parked.
     
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  13. hitch

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    Thats the only thing that puts me off of this stand, that protruding sleeve
     
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  14. Muffking

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    Nahh, it's bragging rights :D
     
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  15. hitch

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    Haha, indeed!
     
  16. wilbert

    wilbert Active Member

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    I never left the lifting point in place once I had done any work to the bike. Only takes a minute to remove it and put the engine mount nut back on.

    I like the idea of drilling it and using the R clip although I never had mine move once lifted.
     
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    I've just got one of these
     
  18. hitch

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    I like ABBA stands - I have one - but they are *such* a faff :confused:
     
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