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Machined Spools for Redline...What do U Think???

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Hell guys. I've been looking into carrying spools on our site because customers continually ask if we sell the spools when we sell them a spool stand. After looking into selling other business' spools, I determined that the best route to go was machining my own spools to sell. I'm posting a few pictures of the ones I plan to sell on our site for $19.99 a pair (mounted on my R1) and also a picture of the spools that were on it. I didn't really like the conventional spool that was on it because they look rather nappy once well scratched up and because the manufacturer made the slot too wide, it allows the bike to swing from side to side slightly, which I do not like. These spools I also plan to send with stainless hardware and thread lock already on the threads. Once again my other spools were not stainless and I got tired of looking at the rust. So I'm essentially posting this thread to ask what you guys think. Do you think they will sell well with the spool stands I offer? As usual they would be warrantied for life as all of our products are. Keep in mind that no dimensions are set at this point. I may choose to make them slightly thinner or what not. A big thanks in advance for all the feedback.

Ian Gilmore
Redline Engineering
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Ian, when I bought your stands last week, I had bought a pair of spools from Trick Tape and had them shipped with in 2 days and I had payed 15:dollar for them I put them on and used your stand with ease. I would have rather had the ones from tobefast but, 15 was better than 30+. I think that as long as you can make something like tobefast and cheaper (of course), you will be all right. The competition is strong but, I would of bought from you just from your personality with customers. That means the most than what I have to pay for something.
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