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R&G have spindle sliders for use with paddock stand hooks and I was wondering can anyone with a bike check to see the bolt size that screws into the spindle nut? Would prefer getting some ebay ones for a lot cheaper...

 

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uhm... I just bought them.... last week and I'm waiting for the shipment...

however I suppose that these sliders will fit through expanding bolts, a piece of rubber is pinched by the bolt, it will became shorter but wider, fixing to the inner parts of the rear axe.

something like the hand guards mounting system
 

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Are the same (except size) of monster 821, so I suppose already tested. Anyhow the ones tou fix to the swingarm are just m6 bolt, and the nain weught charge on the bobbins surface who touches the swingarm, bolt are just fir fix them in position
 

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Think I will go with the Evotech rear spindle paddock stand bobbins. Dealer forwadrd email he got from Evotech. The Evotech website does not mention the spindle bobbins double up as paddock stand bobbins.
 

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How would the L brackets on a paddock stand work with the swingarm shape? The bobbins are only useful for lubing the chain or cleaning your back wheel. If you want to adjust the chain or remove the back wheel you'll have to use L brackets or some other method.
 

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How would the L brackets on a paddock stand work with the swingarm shape? The bobbins are only useful for lubing the chain or cleaning your back wheel. If you want to adjust the chain or remove the back wheel you'll have to use L brackets or some other method.
You can adjust the chain with the bobbins, just did it last week on my Monster1100evo
 
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