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Looks like I’m going to need to get a lift/stand so I can change out my rear sprocket and other things.
what’s everybody else using? i don’t want to speed a fortune.
Also, where is everybody sales buying the spool deals that you use to lift your bike?
 

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I made it clear to my family if they insisted on continuing on buying me Birthday and Christmas presents, I would rather like matching stands for my Mini Bike collection. It took a year (and more) but they conspired together and now I have a set.

So much better than clothes! LOL :p

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Looks like I’m going to need to get a lift/stand so I can change out my rear sprocket and other things.
what’s everybody else using? i don’t want to speed a fortune.
Also, where is everybody sales buying the spool deals that you use to lift your bike?
The Groms are so light that any cheap stand will work just fine. You can get one that doesn't need spools as well. Some are designed so that you can flip around the little pieces that actually touch the bike. One side will be shaped to grab spools, and the other side will basically be bars (sometimes padded) that you can simply put under the swingarm and lift. Do NOT waste $ on overpriced PitBull stands or anything. lol. Unless you're a racer (and honestly even then), they're a waste of money.
 

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I also use these, paid $72.99 shipped for the pair of front and rear. That link is dead but the same stands are ubiquitous on Amazon and Ebay, and I think they're perfect for the Monkey or the Grom. Easy to use, sturdy, no need for spools. I wouldn't use them on anything much bigger, but for this application they are a great option.
 
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