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R&G Offset Cotton Reels For Honda CB500F '13-'18, CBR500R '13-'19 & CB500X '13-'18

R&G Offset Cotton Reels For Honda CB500F '13-'18, CBR500R '13-'19 & CB500X '13-'18


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The R&G Offset Cotton Reels for Honda CBR500R, CB500F & CB500X bolt to the rear axle to provide a rear lifting point for using a paddock stand while also serving as sliders in the event of a tip over or slide. High-Density Polyethylene bobbins are impact and abrasion resistant to effectively protect the swingarm, rear brakes and sprocket from contact with the ground. R&G uses high strength stainless steel brackets to mount the cotton reels and finishes them in a durable black powder coating. Use with a paddock stand to make chain maintenance and tire changes easier, or keep the tire off the ground during long term storage. Installation is simple and requires no modifications to the motorcycle for fitment. Add a set of cotton reels to your Honda from the protection experts at R&G!


  • Provides a rear lifting point for use with a paddock stand
  • Aids maintenance and makes tire changes possible
  • Cotton reel sliders are larger than standard for easier engagement
  • Adds impact & abrasion protection in the event of a tip over or slide
  • Safeguards swingarm, rear brake, sprocket and rear wheel
  • Tough High Density Polyethylene slider material
  • Stainless steel brackets provide a perfect fit on the CB 500 swingarm
  • Powder coated stainless steel adds corrosion protection & pleasing aesthetics
  • Great for storage on a rear paddock stand & add a front paddock stand for easier maintenance!
  • Simple & easy to install

What's in the box:

  • Left & right side cotton reel sliders & mounting brackets
  • Mounting hardware
  • Installation instructions
Manufacturer # CR0045BK

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Customer Reviews
Review by magus
Have now had two sets, the second supposedly the "improved" version though hard to see any difference from the first. Both spindles bent upwards shortly after being used. Nothing special about how they were engaged on a CBR500r. They're expensive too. (Posted on 9/11/2014)
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