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Old 02-21-2012, 04:52 PM   #436
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Thanks for the stand. I've had mine for a few months now. 'Works great and packs small.
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Old 02-22-2012, 07:26 PM   #437
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Yup thanx a million Steve...
Swapped out the tires saturday, did a few tweaks to it and took some pics which I'll post up later... stand worked great!
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Old 02-23-2012, 10:40 AM   #438
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Thanks Kommando and Jettn' Jim!
Looking forward to the pics Jim, for now here's a few of my favorites







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Old 02-25-2012, 07:32 PM   #439
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Nice unit

Ordered Sunday night, arrived Friday, can't go wrong with service like that. Thanks for a well made, light weight, easy pack unit.
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Old 03-03-2012, 05:21 AM   #440
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Ordered Sunday night, arrived Friday, can't go wrong with service like that. Thanks for a well made, light weight, easy pack unit.
Thanks RECCE!

The last run of Trail Stands was a smaller one to get by, the next much larger run is due Monday so I'll be shipping the next bunch then.

Now is the time to get your toolkit ready for another year of more riding and less time fixing flats, and lube that chain easier and more often while you're at it!

Enduro Star Trail Stand

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Old 03-10-2012, 08:01 AM   #441
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I had a bit of delay with the plater this week but the Trail Stands are back in stock and shipping!
Thanks for all the orders they are on the way!
Get your's before you get a flat tire far from home! www.endurostar.com

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Old 03-16-2012, 05:05 AM   #442
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And having a TRAIL STAND when your buddy gets a flat give you more time to "supervise" on those unscheduled stops, it's a dirty job but somebody's gotta do it...

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Old 03-20-2012, 07:39 AM   #443
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Pics I forgot to add....

No action patching a flat yet.. but did the last tire swap with it in the shop, EXELLENT!



Thanx again!
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Old 03-20-2012, 09:54 AM   #444
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What a simple solution to a common issue, just ordered mine too. Thanks for the good work !
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Old 03-20-2012, 06:21 PM   #445
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No action patching a flat yet.. but did the last tire swap with it in the shop, EXELLENT!


Thanx again!
Thanks for the pics Jim! I see you marked your's with a sharpie for the height for each wheel, that is a good idea it! It look like your skidplate has a great spot for lifting the front wheel. The hook and loop strap for the front brake makes changing the rear wheel surprising stable doesn't it?
Thanks again for the order and the pics! I always appreciate feedback, especially with pictures.
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Old 03-20-2012, 06:27 PM   #446
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What a simple solution to a common issue, just ordered mine too. Thanks for the good work !
Thanks for the compliment and the order Future ten!
The Trail Stand can really make dealing with a flat or a friends flat a lot less of a hassle and get you back to riding.
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Old 03-20-2012, 08:43 PM   #447
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Yea Steve I've been using cut pieces of MTN bike tube to hold the brakes on my mtn bike sooo same Idea, very stable. I actually did a few mods but can't find the newer pics yet.... Antiskid on the base for traction on the shop floor and Heatshrink in a couple spots. Also did some grinding and siliconing... I'll post up more pics when i find 'em or I'll take more, those we're the day I unwrapped it.
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Old 03-20-2012, 09:13 PM   #448
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Another month has passed...

And I still find myself thinking about the time spent on my 25th birthday in the middle of F*$&#@! nowhere in the Altiplano of Bolivia, fixing my suddenly flatted rear tire, 35 miles from pavement, with no replacement tube, and rapidly fouling plugs on my DR650.

Another bumpity bump for an awesome product, with awesome customer service, and a guy who stands behind his products.

Bitchin stuff Steve.

--Alex

Take off the panniers and remove the luggage from the top case. Remember to take a photo of what “the middle of nowhere” in Bolivia looks like. I’m 50km’s from the next paved road, I have a flat tire, and I’ve just remembered that the Ecuadorian Police still have my Cycle Pump and patch kit.



Sit by the right side of the bike, put hand on pannier rack and push the bike up onto its side stand. Introduce the trail stand, and get ready for more action.



Re-install rear tire and get ready for round two. Riding.



Another Such Incident



Shall I go on? Don't find yourself in one of these situations eh? The time I foolishly left my Enduro Star Trail Stand somewhere OTHER than my bike. Here you can see the prospective buyer (and current owner) of my last DR650 after our flat tire in Argentina.



This product is a great addition to your tool Kit if you are an adventure rider, commuter, or self sufficient rider, or any combination of the three. Bitchin.
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Old 03-23-2012, 09:59 AM   #449
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And I still find myself thinking about the time spent on my 25th birthday in the middle of F*$&#@! nowhere in the Altiplano of Bolivia, fixing my suddenly flatted rear tire, 35 miles from pavement, with no replacement tube, and rapidly fouling plugs on my DR650.

Another bumpity bump for an awesome product, with awesome customer service, and a guy who stands behind his products.

Bitchin stuff Steve.

--Alex

This product is a great addition to your tool Kit if you are an adventure rider, commuter, or self sufficient rider, or any combination of the three. Bitchin.
Thanks Alex!
You certainly get the award for the southern most flat fixed with aid of a Trail Stand......in the Americas, I think the Australian and New Zealand guys have you beat worldwide, maybe you need to ride Australia next! although I hear rumblings about Africa.....I highly recommend Alex's ride thread, it's quite the epic!
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Old 03-24-2012, 05:14 PM   #450
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Recieved stand today Steve, thanks again buddy. I thought there was a part missing at first. Nope it's all there loft's the rear wheel on my tiger 800xc no problem. I'm hoping for the "no flats" effect buying one has sometimes.
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