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 Boldly going wherever 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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  5. MAXVERT

    MAXVERT O.G. on da O.C.

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    Ordered ! 3rd one for my . A 1st gen. and two 2nd gen.
    Changed a dozen flats , works as advertised . :beer

    Max
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  6. Shawnee Bill

    Shawnee Bill Long timer Supporter

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    I missed it, what is the difference in the 1st gen and the 2nd gen? My trail stand is well over ten years old.
  7. WalterMitty2

    WalterMitty2 Been here awhile

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    Another happy customer here. Works as advertised. Very solid and well built, AND still fits in my travel tool bag.


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  8. marquette

    marquette n00b

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    I just placed my order yesterday. Are there any notifications I'll receive regarding my order, ie. tracking info, etc?
  9. WalterMitty2

    WalterMitty2 Been here awhile

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    I don't think so. He sends it like 2 day though, so it arrived pretty quick.
  10. Rhody_Romes

    Rhody_Romes n00b

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    Would this work on a small bike too? Say, a Yamaha XT225?
  11. WalterMitty2

    WalterMitty2 Been here awhile

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    I can't see why not. My bike above is only a CRF250L. In fact, I think the stand is more suited to smaller bikes versus larger/heavier ones.
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  12. Rhody_Romes

    Rhody_Romes n00b

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    Great. Thanks!
  13. sTE610vE

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

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    Hi Marquette,
    I sent an email out on all the orders I am short on parts for, I am waiting on the finish plater to get me parts, It will take 1-2 weeks before I have the parts in stock. They said they will try to get them too me the end of next week but, being a very small business in these challenging times I don't get top priority with my suppliers but they do get me good parts.
    Sales have really picked up this year so Thanks to everyone for their orders!

    Thanks again for your order sorry for the delay

    Steve
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    Radius Moto llc
  14. Surcease

    Surcease Fng

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    Hey Steve,
    are these in stock now?
  15. sTE610vE

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

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    Yes, I have parts and have worked thru all the backorders, except a couple with address issues. I do have some international orders from the weekend I'm still working on, but parts ship in 1-2 days right now.
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