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Looking for a stand for the Italia Independent Scrambler and many of the stands on Revzilla state that they are for "spool type swingarms only."
I'm not sure what that means but is the Italia, or all Scramblers, spool type?

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It means that you need bobbins that fit in to the spindle.

Scramblers do not come with the bobbins as standard, so they will need to be bought separately.
 

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It means that you need bobbins that fit in to the spindle.
Scramblers do not come with the bobbins as standard, so they will need to be bought separately.
The problem being that bobbins fixed in the rear axle are not at all interesting when you want to use the stand to remove the rear wheel...
 

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Looking for a stand for the Italia Independent Scrambler and many of the stands on Revzilla state that they are for "spool type swingarms only."
I'm not sure what that means but is the Italia, or all Scramblers, spool type?

Thanks
Perhaps something like this would suit you. The Bursig is expensive but I think there are cheaper stands that use the same method of lifting:

Bursig lift stand install
 

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Look for the Performance rear stand that fit the 799/749. It fits the Scrambler perfectly. And as these bikes are aging out, the stands are showing up on Craigslist and eBay for short money
 

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Looking for a stand for the Italia Independent Scrambler and many of the stands on Revzilla state that they are for "spool type swingarms only."
I'm not sure what that means but is the Italia, or all Scramblers, spool type?

Thanks
Hi. Bit late with a reply - I'm new to the Forum. I've just purchased an Abba Superbike Stand, and it's great! So easy to use, and very stable. Go on Youtube and take a look. I'm in New Zealand. The local distributor delivered the stand within 30 hours, with a small tool tray as a Christmas extra!
 
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