Trail Stand - Enduro and Dual Sport Portable Jack Stand

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  1. sTE610vE

    sTE610vE Long timer

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    Thanks for the good words and the orders!
    The next run of Trail Stands is at the platers and I hope to be shipping the end of the week. So any orders will be shipped the same day as I get them in and you will get email with shipping and tracking info.
    Thanks again! I do appreciate the orders, you will appreciate a Trail Stand when you need it out on the trail.:D

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  2. sTE610vE

    sTE610vE Long timer

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    Trail Stands have been back in stock for a week and all the shipments are either delivered or on the way. USPS Priority is typically taking only 2 days to deliver in the U.S.! I've had a price increase from my supplier but for now I'm holding my current price, but I will probably have to increase it in the future so now's the time to get your's.
    Thanks for all the orders, I do appreciate my customers! :D

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  3. canoli

    canoli human

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    Ordered! :deal


    Thanks,
    Canoli
  4. sTE610vE

    sTE610vE Long timer

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    Got it Canoli, it will be on the way first thing tommorow.
    Thanks a bunch for the order! :D
  5. sTE610vE

    sTE610vE Long timer

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    Loaded DR650 near the Mexican Border with a Flat tire, not much fun, but a lot easier to deal with when you have a Trail Stand along :D

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  6. no66

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    Got mine last week. It's really well made, a lot better in real life than in the pictures.

    Solid!

    already used it to lube my chain.
  7. sTE610vE

    sTE610vE Long timer

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    Check out the link for Noah Horak's Adventure

    Love of motorcycles + travel lust = wandering the world on a 2010 KTM 690 Enduro R for a couple years.

    "The powerline road from Barstow to Baker was very rocky and Sam got a flat about 5 miles out of Baker. The EnduroStar trail stand worked amazing. "

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  8. Emmbeedee

    Emmbeedee Procrastinators

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    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.

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    And my bike is standard height, so I place the stand under the left side of the shock pivot.

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  9. sTE610vE

    sTE610vE Long timer

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    Thank Emmbeedee! Great Pics!
    Yep a quick lube of the chain on a trip is worth a lot in it's longevitiy imo :D

    And of course even if you don't have flat and your buddy does it makes "Supervising" the repairs a whole lot easier!

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  10. Emmbeedee

    Emmbeedee Procrastinators

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    Use 'em if you want.
  11. sTE610vE

    sTE610vE Long timer

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    Thanks Emmbeedee, I know you are familiar with use of the Trail Stand how much easier it makes dealing with a flat from a while back.

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  12. MtnRider2

    MtnRider2 Been here awhile

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    Just ordered one and looking forward to it showing up! :clap
  13. sTE610vE

    sTE610vE Long timer

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    It will be on the way today MtnRider2, Thanks for the order! :D

    You will get the tracking info later today also, it will ship USPS 2-3 day priority so you should see it in the Friday to Saturday time frame.
  14. biensur22

    biensur22 Been here awhile

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    After 2 flats on my last ride and not a rock in sight I ordered one of these to add to my tool bag. very excited! --- well, sort of. :wink:
  15. sTE610vE

    sTE610vE Long timer

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    It's on the way, along with a little ESP "no flat karma" :evil

    Thanks for the order!
  16. goosecreek

    goosecreek fed up

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    Steve I got the stand today it looks great. I placed the oreder on Thursday super service. Now I hope I will only use it to oil my change while on trips:D
  17. Emmbeedee

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    Some oil their change; others change their oil...:lol3
  18. Spank

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    Ordered Friday and had it in the mailbox today. :clap
  19. goosecreek

    goosecreek fed up

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    I just wanted to oil my chain:lol3
  20. sTE610vE

    sTE610vE Long timer

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    hey goosecreek that one almost made sense, we knew what you meant anyway, take it from the "king of the typo's" :thumb

    although I had an old truck that used oil fast enough that I basically "oiled the change" when I added a quart:lol3