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Old June 9th, 2016, 12:00 PM   #1
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Thumbs up 2008 Up Ninja 250 - Ninja 300 Side Lift Stands

Hey Everyone, Here is the SV Racing Parts, Black Custom Side Lift Stand with Pin Kit for the 2008 Up Ninja 250 - Ninja 300 set up and making the owner taking the photo smile



These Sweet Babies are in stock and include shipping anywhere in the Lower 48 States at $249.95 Email me Directly at b.layton@svracingparts.com No PM Please. I receive Email instantly and do not check in often enough to make PM work.

These Awesome Stands pick up your bike by the Frame, from the side and allow you to work on, or store it simply and easily,

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Old June 9th, 2016, 02:15 PM   #2
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Act Fast; There are only 6 Pin Kits for the 2008 Up Ninja 250 - 300 models left in stock until the next machining run,



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Free bump in case there are any left.
Act Fast; These are Awesome Stands and once they sell out I am 45 days away from the Machine Shop getting more finished for me to ship,

Email me Directly at b.layton@svracingparts.com

3 Pin Kits for the 2008 Up Ninja 250 - 300 models are left in stock until the next machining run is completed and received at my Washington State Warehouse.



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Old January 10th, 2018, 10:22 PM   #7
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Thumbs up 2008 - 2017 Ninja 250 & Ninja 300 Black Custom Side Lift Stands

Hi Everyone. Act Fast; These are Awesome 2008 to 2017 Ninja 250R and Ninja 300 Black Custom Side Lift Stands; These are Excellent Parts that will serve you well!!

Email me Directly at b.layton@svracingparts.com

Best Ever Pin Kits for the 2008 to 2017 Ninja 250R and Ninja 300 models!! Stand is Improved and the Strongest Ever with Hydraulic Damper on the lift.

In stock and ready to ship to you today from my Washington State Warehouse.



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i’ll do a write up when i get it. i have rear shock and chain/sprox change out coming up. looking forward to using a unique product.
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Maverick, I'm loving mine. Being able to spin the bike around in my shop so I can easily roll it out the door is wonderful.

Be prepared to tweak the adjustments a fair bit before you get everything right. With two bikes I got it close enough on both and called it an evening. Eventually I'll get around to fine-tuning everything so it's closer to perfect.

"Close enough" simply means you may need to wiggle things around a bit to get the pins into their sockets when you mate the stand with the bike.

The stand itself is universal. It comes with a bike-specific mount that in my case consisted of a beefy machined plate that attaches to the lift with a big bolt, two pins that go into the bike's frame, a socket that mounts to the bike for one of the pins, and a threaded adjustment rod that sets and holds the plate angle.

Since I have two different bikes, I was wondering if I'd have to readjust everything every time I swapped plates. The good news is I don't... the angle rod adjustment is a one-time deal. Swapping plates consists of detaching one end of the rod and taking the big bolt out... can be done in a minute or two.

What I did was to assemble the plate that holds the pins and mount it on the bike, then eyeball how it'd mate to the lift. I marked the positioning (big bolt placement and plate angle) with a sharpie. That got me in the ballpark and from there it was trial and error adjustment.

The mounts are all different. Depending on the bike you may need to loosen an engine mounting bolt, reverse it and replace the nut with the supplied machined/threaded sleeve. This was true for both of my bikes, but was trivial. Just get the torque right when you reassemble--that's a critical bolt.

The stand comes with screw-in feet for, I suppose, extra security in addition to the locking casters. I've found them to be more trouble than they're worth, so I've just put them aside. The casters are high quality and the locks are solid.
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Might not be able to get to it for awhile.

It's pretty self-explanatory if you're even mildly mechanically inclined. Just take the time to figure out how it works.
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Old November 7th, 2018, 07:16 PM   #13
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Thumbs up Ninja 250R - 300R Black Custom Side Lift Stands from SV Racing Parts

A few recent images of the Black Custom Side Lift Stand in Action. These Are Awesome Motorcycle Stands that will serve you well.











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If the stand is universal then why couldn't it work on a pregen?
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Old November 7th, 2018, 07:30 PM   #15
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blairs stand has paid for itself countless times over. frankly, their is no comparison!
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The Stands are Universal: You then utilize the year and Model Specific Pin Kit for the specific bike that the stand is being used with. It is the differences in the frames of bikes that the Pin Kits are individually designed to service.





We have never attempted to fit the stand and Pin Kit to a 2007 and Older Ninja 250 due to lack of demand from older bike owners. If you have the Fab and Mod Design Skills and access to some machining, it would not be difficult to develop a pin kit for your earlier model Ninja 250.

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Oh so its more of a R&D kinda thing.
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Oh so its more of a R&D kinda thing.
More of a Supply to meet Market Demand kinda thing. Have you read Maverick's posts earlier in the thread? These are Awesome Motorcycle Stands that do their job very well. If you are serious about a stand for your then you need to Email me Directly at b.layton@svracingparts.com and I can work with you directly from there on what effort it would take to develop the Pin Kit for Pre-2008 model year Ninja 250 Models,

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We've got an Abba stand that looks just about like that. Was made for my hubby's Triumph, but we got a kit with spools to fit my pre-gen. Works great.
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[COLOR="Purple"]We've got an Abba stand that looks just about like that. Was made for my hubby's Triumph, but we got a kit with spools to fit my pre-gen. Works great.
Hey CaliGrrl, You should Email me directly at b.layton@svracingparts.com and we can talk about your pin kit. This may be chance to help out other members with the Older Style Ninja 250. Looking forward to hearing from you!!
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