Trail Stand - Enduro and Dual Sport Portable Jack Stand

Discussion in 'Vendors' started by sTE610vE, Jan 2, 2010.

  1. rebel346

    rebel346 Adventurer

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    Ordered 1 today, hopefully never need it......
    Ha ha, I’m sure that will happen.
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  2. SteadyStare

    SteadyStare Adventurer wannabe

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    ordered one today. I emailed about shipping to Australia but then realized paypal just accounts for it. Hope it gets here soon! Ive been riding my new 790 around and feel naked with no center stand and no other way to lift a wheel for the inevitable puncture. Just hoping it gets here before I have to use some other crazy trail ingenuity!
  3. ksucoach83

    ksucoach83 Adventurer

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    What's the current availability?

    Seems like the perfect thing for changing my tires when I move back into my college apartment lol.
  4. SteadyStare

    SteadyStare Adventurer wannabe

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    Any idea how long it takes for these to ship? I ordered mine a week ago but haven't heard anything back. I realize it's just one guy and not a huge shop, but all I got was a confirmation from PayPal that funds were sent. No email confirming my order or anything like that.
  5. sTE610vE

    sTE610vE First on the brakes, last on the gas...

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    I did get behind a couple days on shipments but I'm sure yours went out last week. I will send you a pm to confirm your tracking number.
    Thanks
  6. SteadyStare

    SteadyStare Adventurer wannabe

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    Pm received! Thanks for getting back to me.
  7. UP Matt

    UP Matt Adventurer

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    Noob question here. How do you go about raising the bike in the air and sliding the pin in?
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  8. sTE610vE

    sTE610vE First on the brakes, last on the gas...

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    Hi Up Matt,
    Fair question, you don't insert the pin after you lift the bike you set the height of the Trail Stand just enough to get the tire of the ground and then you lift the bike and place the stand. It's easier than it might seem, even though describing the process can take more words that you might think. here is the instructions link.

    That said I am currently waiting on the next run of Trail Stands, I hope to have them in a few weeks and will fill all back orders asap. If you are interested the best thing to do is go ahead and order and you will receive the tracking info as soon as it ships. After trying to find an USA shop to build the parts in larger quantities at the current price unsuccessfully I am considering the need to raise the price to be able to get the quantity I need to not have shortages. This next run will stay at the current price, not sure if the next one will or not.
    Thanks

    Steve
    ESP llc
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  9. phixmup

    phixmup ride'n 2 live Super Supporter

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    If you have a GJ hydration pack:1drink
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  10. sTE610vE

    sTE610vE First on the brakes, last on the gas...

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    Threads are 1/4-28 - also I will send you a PM to discuss the adapter, maybe I can do something better when I send you the cradle.

    Just an FYI for anyone reading this post: I am currently waiting on the next run of Trail Stands, I hope to have them in a few weeks and will fill all back orders asap. If you are interested the best thing to do is go ahead and order and you will receive the tracking info as soon as it ships. After trying to find an USA shop to build the parts in larger quantities at the current price unsuccessfully I am considering the need to raise the price to be able to get the quantity I need to not have shortages. This next run will stay at the current price, not sure if the next one will or not.
    Thanks
  11. SilentRay

    SilentRay Hold my beer

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    From my KLR years. I use a 1 x 2 with a slight v cut into one end. Just long enough to go under peg mounting bracket. Free