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Old June 7th, 2008, 05:33 PM   #1
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A friend of mine asked me if I could build one of these for his Road bike.
.........and since a lot of you are now driving motorcyles to battle gas prices, maybe you would like one of these as well.

It is a motorcycle stand that fits around your motorcycle jack, and allow you to get both tires off from the ground. It will hold about 1000 lbs.

Send me a pm if you are interested in your own..................I can build it or give you prints for you to build it.



I built a Jig, so I can build these from scratch to primer in about two hours.

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Old June 7th, 2008, 05:41 PM   #2
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Maybe you could post a picture of it in use?
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Maybe you could post a picture of it in use?
I would, but I don't own a bike..............
I will need someone to model for me.
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Okay, ......................... I finally have some pictures with the Bike rack in use:

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Aaah now I understand.

Pretty cool and nice work.
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dont have a bike but i use saw horse with my ATV puts it a VERY nice working level ! how high do those jacks go ? can you build it so it holds it higher ??

PS that's a neat idea. never thought of doing something like that..

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dont have a bike but i use saw horse with my ATV puts it a VERY nice working level ! how high do those jacks go ? can you build it so it holds it higher ??

PS that's a neat idea. never thought of doing something like that..

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That specific Jack only lifted 17 inches, so I built the bike stand at 13 inches high. It can be built taller, but then the corner posts have to change in strength. (might have to go with a 2 inch corner post.
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