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Old 07-13-2007, 03:27 PM   #21
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I just realized that this bike doesn't have a center stand.

My kawi does, and it's the only bike that I've ever really worked on.

I leave the suzuki's to the pros.

this could get interesting.
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I have a stand that goes to the swingarm no need for spools.
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hang it from the rafters in your garage.
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Old 07-13-2007, 03:31 PM   #26
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hang it from the rafters in your garage.


(by the way, this is his dad's bike. Does dad know hes getting back a faster bike?)

Ha! I thought it was pretty funny. When I ordered the sprocket I was like fug it, let's gear it a little.

I'm sure dad will be riding wheelies in no time.
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if you get the right stand you dont need spools, this makes it quite interesting to do
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i used my squat rack and bar when i had to take my triple tree off
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Borrow some milk crates from a local grocery store and get a 2x4. Gangsta
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Yeah, if anyone has the necessary tools/stand, I'd trade liquor/beer/whatever for the brief use of them.
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hang it from the rafters in your garage.

heres what you do.

lay the busa over on its side on one side of the 750, then lay that zx6e on the ground on the other side of the 750 and put a board between them.

thats the most use those 2 bikes will have gotten in months!

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i just sold my rear tire stand, and as for tools, you need an air compressor and for the front sprocket
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i might be able to help ya out when i get home...i live tc jester & 18th area...you can borrow my stand if i can safely keep my 929 in the air (no wheels on the bike)
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heres what you do.

lay the busa over on its side on one side of the 750, then lay that zx6e on the ground on the other side of the 750 and put a board between them.

thats the most use those 2 bikes will have gotten in months!

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heres what you do.

lay the busa over on its side on one side of the 750, then lay that zx6e on the ground on the other side of the 750 and put a board between them.

thats the most use those 2 bikes will have gotten in months!

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i might be able to help ya out when i get home...i live tc jester & 18th area...you can borrow my stand if i can safely keep my 929 in the air (no wheels on the bike)
use a milk crate for an hour or 2, should hold
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i think those are holding my nsr...or was it a bathroom trash can?
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i think that's what's under the forks...or that might have been my motocross stand...

both the bikes in my garage have no wheels!
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