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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 04-22-2006, 11:43 PM Thread Starter
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Need help with front stand??? pics

Hey i have no idea how to use this, can someone help?





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i dunno but to me it looks kinda of useless.. did u buy that off of someone?

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Yeah, that doesnt look right...mine has two rubber pieces that cradle the bottom of the forks and lift it right up. I'd be afraid to use that, it looks like the bike will fall right off. Hope you didnt get ripped off...
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yeah.. not sure if u can see the little rubber things that are under my forks but that is what lifts her up and keeps it stable.... yours looks like someone welded it together and threw hindle stickers on it... does hindle even make stands?



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What the???........hahahahaha

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f'ing stealership !

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post #7 of 14 (permalink) Old 04-23-2006, 01:11 PM
Why isn't this an option? Why man, why?
 
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hey look i found this pic, still i have no idea how you would get the bike up on it.


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Not that hard guys. See the piece that sits a little higher that the flat plate? That goes in the hole on the bottom of your forks, then just lift like a normal stand.
This used to be the way that all front stands were made, that pivoting method is MUCH better but this is less likely to slip. DO NOT SIT ON YOUR BIKE WITH THIS STAND, you can with the other types but this on can jack you junk up.

OK that hole on the bottom of the forks is a litle to the rear of center is a little smaler that you "pinkie finger". Tha tis the way it is on both my 2005 Race Bikes and my 06 Race bikes, so you should be good to go
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Man, just get the one with the stem or whatever you call it that goes right through the triple clamp. No fuss, measuring if I got it lined up or what not.

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My stands have adjustable bolts that stick out. You can adjust how high they sit and they slip into the hollows at the end of the forks. The set pictured above i'd be leary about sitting on the bike with those. The bolts on mine prodrude farther and its pretty sturdy.
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The set pictured above i'd be leary about sitting on the bike with those. The bolts on mine prodrude farther and its pretty sturdy.
Are you referring to the stand I posted or the initial post?
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Thanks guys, that stand seems kinda sketchy. The hindle rear stand seems to work fine. I think im just gonna pick up a new front stand.

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there should be a hole at the bottom of the forks for the those peices that are sticking out to slide into.
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