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post #181 of 208 (permalink) Old 11-22-2010, 04:45 AM
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do you know if it comes in black. I need to get a set.
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just got my in today and the bike was in the air in about 5 min
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I just got mines today and I'm very impressed with the quality and price. I got the set for $119.98 shipped thru http://www.amazon.com/CBR600rr-CBR1000rr-Motorcycle-GPI-Industries/dp/B003TV6EYI/ref=sr_1_11?ie=UTF8&qid=1292496381&sr=8-11.

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Got a set for my birthday and they're awesome! Lee is a very helpful guy (And he rides a 2007 CBR1000rr!) and the stands are sturdy!

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Here is mine with the stands lifting it up. Whoring this pic out, lol:


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I just got mines today and I'm very impressed with the quality and price. I got the set for $119.98 shipped thru amazon.
Damn, great price. Don't see it anywhere that cheap now.

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Damn, great price. Don't see it anywhere that cheap now.

Ebay, $116 shipped, and that wasn't even a deal, I've seen them go for $100 shipped, but if you want to buy right away, I guess 119 is a deal.

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Just a heads up, I bought the front head lift adapter for my stand's (which have been rocking since I bought them two/three years ago) and the front head lift kicks ass IMO.

Super easy installation (I actually swapped out a few of the pins just to make them smaller, I don't plan on breaking down the stands to often for moving them) and built like a brick-chithouse.

But if you're thinking about it don't hold out, and the best part is they send you almost every pin to adapt to any other bike that you may buy or need to use a front lift for (might be like that for all other stand companies, but I only got one pin with my previous front lift that I bought 6 years ago and sold with my old bike).

GPI stands kick ass!!!


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Ebay, $116 shipped, and that wasn't even a deal, I've seen them go for $100 shipped, but if you want to buy right away, I guess 119 is a deal.
Thanks, I actually looked on eBay and they were all about $140 shipped unless you win an auction over using buy it now. Not in a rush so I guess it doesn't hurt to bid. Thanks.

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Here is mine with the stands lifting it up. Whoring this pic out, lol:

Nice pic of your bike. I have the 07 and the black mids on yours I may shop for to replace my silver mids.

I've hesitated buying the GP Industries stands but everyone seems to rave about them. I need a good set of stands.
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Nice pic of your bike. I have the 07 and the black mids on yours I may shop for to replace my silver mids.

I've hesitated buying the GP Industries stands but everyone seems to rave about them. I need a good set of stands.

The stands are pretty sweet. I like the black mids or red mids, make the bike look awesome, lol.

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Well, I finally had to purchase the triple tree adapter for my gpi stands. I ordered the headlift adapter two weeks ago b/c I have two blown seals on my forks. With money being a little tight, I decided to try and tackle the job myself. All in all, the headlift part worked nincely. Took me a minute or two to figure out how to use it, but once I got that covered, I Lifted the bike, removed the forks and replaced the seals, and everything is back to normal. Somebody on here said that a good set of sportbike stands will pay for themselves over time and they were right.
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Wife got me some www.discountramps.com afew year back $100 front and rear shipped. They work perfect!
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Hey, I just had this coupon code emailed to me from gpi industries. Its 20% off your purchase. Not sure how long its good for, but here it is.

endofsummer20 - 20% off your purchase on their website

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Hey, I just had this coupon code emailed to me from gpi industries. Its 20% off your purchase. Not sure how long its good for, but here it is.

endofsummer20 - 20% off your purchase on their website

www.gpiindustries.com
Just ordered a set of GPI stands last night. Tried using the code, it was no longer active. Oh well, still a great price!
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Just ordered my own set!! Loved all the positive feedback here and I can't wait til they arrive so I can lube my chain without making such a freakin mess!!! Thanks ya'll :)

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Based on the reviews I think I'm going to pick up a set of these now that i finally have a bike again after being bikeless for two years. A good set of stands make even basic maintainence so much easier.

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N/M to each their own. I love my PB and T-Rex and have never felt these 1-piece stands were nearly as solid.

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post #199 of 208 (permalink) Old 09-06-2012, 09:45 AM
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A set of stands is a must have for anyone looking to do any work on their own bike. I remember getting a front and rear trex set back when they were up and starting out for $80+ shipping.

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I finally got around to buying these last week and they seem pretty good, i agree with everybody that reccomended them. Nice stands, no wobble and the bike is held nice and sturdy, Thanks.
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I just picked up another set of these for my project race bike. Glad to see they are still in business. I've had a set for 3 years now and love them.
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just found this thread, was looking to get a set of stands, but it looks like they have some styles that are different than the ones everybody in this thread seems to have. https://www.gpiindustries.com/stands Anybody have any reviews on them? The black ones look pretty nice and they can be had for $50 off, so its like $89 a set
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I opted for their triple tree headlift stand and rear stand combo. It is solid! I think its a good buy. the black ones do look a bit nicer but i went with functionality over looks on that one!

the $50 off I think applies for all stands sets and is a great deal!

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I opted for their triple tree headlift stand and rear stand combo. It is solid! I think its a good buy. the black ones do look a bit nicer but i went with functionality over looks on that one!

the $50 off I think applies for all stands sets and is a great deal!
oh yea, looks like you are correct. I do have a question though, whats the advantage of the triple tree lift? You mention "functionality", so i have to assume there's more reasons to have the triple tree lift....

I also have no idea how you use it, do you have any pics of them in use???

thanks for the input, that's why i love these forums
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I got the triple tree lift because I needed to do some fork maintenance and do not trust blocks holding up the bike or straps hanging from the ceiling.

Other than that really I don't see much of an advantage. they both lift the front end up. maybe the triple tree lift allow you to turn your front wheel while jacked up? I don't see how that could be an advantage tho lol

I don't have a photo of the stand itself but basically there is a pin that goes into the bottom of the center of your triple tree and the stand lift the bike up from there.


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I got the triple tree lift because I needed to do some fork maintenance and do not trust blocks holding up the bike or straps hanging from the ceiling.

Other than that really I don't see much of an advantage. they both lift the front end up. maybe the triple tree lift allow you to turn your front wheel while jacked up? I don't see how that could be an advantage tho lol

I don't have a photo of the stand itself but basically there is a pin that goes into the bottom of the center of your triple tree and the stand lift the bike up from there.

hey brother, thanks for the response. Now i see why this set up is beneficial. I'm not really one to do fork work ( as i know nothin about workin on them ), so i'll likely go with the standard set of stands.

btw, that clean white and black look = pure sex
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hey brother, thanks for the response. Now i see why this set up is beneficial. I'm not really one to do fork work ( as i know nothin about workin on them ), so i'll likely go with the standard set of stands.

btw, that clean white and black look = pure sex
Thanks for the compliment, I spent so much time painting and polishing the bike. And I am glad my response helped

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