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post #11 of 15 Old 11-04-2012, 07:51 PM
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T-Rex front and rear (w/ Sato spools). The front stand lifts from bottom of the fork. You can buy the triple tree attachment separate at a later time although to be honest I don't really know if the attachment works with our bike.

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Originally Posted by Carpentermommy View Post
This is my first motorcycle, and I'm needing to winterize it now- we have a lot of snow already!!! Picked up an "ignition" brand stand, but the instructions are lacking. I'm not seeing any place on the swing arm for the spools to mount to, and I can't figure out how the front stand works on our CBs either.

I learn by seeing, so I was wondering if someone would be so kind as to post some clear photos for me to see how these stands really work.


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different but useful.

i made this last year when i got my bike,still works perfect
and has a very small foot print in the garage when the bike is on it.
strong enough to sit on and lifts the rear wheel when lifted enough/still ridgid when wheel is of the ground.
i generally just lift enough to take the weight off and it's
very secure.
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Thanks everyone, for all of your input. Lenbrinke.... I'm going to PM you my email address- would you be able to email me those pictures, as I can't see them in a large enough format to distinguish it all.
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