The Trail Stand comes in really handy at the end of the day when I need to lube the chains on our DR650s but I didn't feel like extending the stand each time, then closing it up again afterwards so I thought about where else to place the stand and found exactly what I was looking for on the rear shock.
This is not the place I'd use if I was taking the wheel off, but just to get the tire 1" off the ground, it works.
My wife's bike is lowered so the stand fits under the right side of the lower shock pivot.
And my bike is standard height, so I place the stand under the left side of the shock pivot.
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