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Wheel Cleaning Stand

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What is the total height of the stand
Rick - September 13, 2018
Thank you for your inquiry Rick. This stand measures 1-3/8" from the ground to the top of the stand. - Kyle & the Chap Moto Team
Chaparral Motorsports Customer Support - September 14, 2018
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  • Used for motorcycles with a side kickstand
  • Motorcycle Wheel Cleaning Stand allows wheel to rotate freely by hand, making the task of cleaning wheels or lubricating the drive chain much easier
  • Rollers with sealed precision bearings allow wheel to spin freely
  • Low profile traction ramp allows for easy on and off
  • Kickstand riser prevents bike from leaning too far while on stand
  • Front brake safety strap keeps front brake locked during rear wheel maintenance
  • Can be used for street bike, sport bike or any size motorcycle (with a side kickstand)
  • Black


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Details:   Item #124-1046 Availability:In stock: Ready to shipStore Pickup:Available


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Used on Yamaha Vstar 1100CC, 630 pounds...
I used mine for the first time on a Yamaha Vstar 1100CC Classic that weighs about 630 pounds, 10/03/2017. I agree that the wheel can veer on the rollers, but that is merely physics between the weight of a motorcycle and that it's at a small angle, and not exactly 90 degrees to the ground, because it would fall over if 90 degrees upright. After understanding the geometry, when I turned the wheel, I was simultaneously watching the lean of the tire on the rollers, as well as the kickstand in relation to the center of the puck, both need to stay aligned, the kickstand should not be allowed to go off-center on the puck to keep everything stable. I never knew of these, and I was looking for some kind of lift device to be able to clean the disc brake dust off of the wheels. This was an inexpensive option for me to get the wheels clean, disc brake dust mixed with water is corrosive

kickstand puck allows the motorcycle to be at a less steep angle when insertred into the rollers.
Velcro strap for front brake handle allows front brake to be engaged when working on the rear wheel.
knurled steel rollers allow the tire to have some "grippability" to the rollers when turning the wheel.
rollers turn smoothly; rear wheel still takes some muscle to turn because of motorcycle weight alone.

kickstand puck would be a little nicer if it were a little larger diameter. I'm thinkingn of making a wood platform with an round indentation to more or less "lock" the kickstand in, rather than risk falling off the puck that is included.
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