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Bike jack ?
« on: 13.10. 2012 13:19 »
My A10 has no centre stand as some twit cut the lugs off. Has anyone got a economical way of holding the bike up for those bigger jobs like removing wheels etc. I thought about bolting a sheet of wood to my trolley jack : ( not sure about it )

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Re: Bike jack ?
« Reply #1 on: 13.10. 2012 14:23 »
Don't like the wood / trolley jack idea - sounds too wobbly.

How about a paddock stand?
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Re: Bike jack ?
« Reply #2 on: 13.10. 2012 16:57 »
Agreed but how would I rebuild the forks etc.

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Re: Bike jack ?
« Reply #3 on: 13.10. 2012 19:18 »
 G'day Colin,
                 how about a cut down version of a dirt bike lift. A friend has one that fits under his Notrun, just attach a couple of split tube pieces in the required spots to position on frame. About $50AU
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