Trail Stand - Enduro and Dual Sport Portable Jack Stand

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

  1. sTE610vE

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

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    Great Idea! I see you have cable ties that are snug but will slip on and off to hold things in place.
  2. oPAULo

    oPAULo jack of all terrain Supporter

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    That and the washers prevent the tape from doing this....
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  3. grace

    grace Long timer Supporter

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    found a couple of pics from around 2016 using the trail stand. one year, i had a dozen flat tires. really. 12 flats in one year. crazy. on all kinds of bikes. these two were on the gs.

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  4. smackyface

    smackyface Total liability Supporter

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    Dollar for dollar, I’m pretty sure my trail stand is the best purchase I’ve made for my bike. I use it for all my maintenance in the garage - tire changes, lubing the chain, suspension respring, etc. and it has been more than stable enough for all of that work. I ended up putting a small length of fuel line over the top to add some grip and protect my swing arm when I lift the back. To lift the front, I drilled a small hole in my skid plate to get a nice secure placement. As stated above, the key is to get the stand vertical under the bike to eliminate sideways forces that might make it slip. I also find that placing it as far forward or backward as you can, depending on which end you’re lifting, helps a ton with stability.

    Great product at an amazing price! If you don’t have one yet, you can’t go wrong.
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