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fish_antlers


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posted April 13, 2007 11:13 AM        
Must Have.... OEM Trackstand...

Glad Kathy Jo hooked me up with one of these... I was scratching my head on how to get this bike in the air...




very slick OEM Duc rearstand...




Stand inserts into rear axel...




Fits perfectly




You can get the bike up on the stand with one hand, no help




Other side clear to remove wheel




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WARBIRD


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posted April 13, 2007 11:31 AM        
Very cool.......... Your killin' me fish.



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WARBIRD


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posted April 13, 2007 11:32 AM        
LOVE the wheels too.......................
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stevewfl


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posted April 13, 2007 01:38 PM        
Half a bike stand- sweet!
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BigDaddyKane


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posted April 13, 2007 03:40 PM        
How you able to take wheel off if the stand is using the axel? I'm confused. Teach me.

I've only had JAP bikes.

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fish_antlers


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posted April 13, 2007 11:16 PM        
Okay... look at the side of the bike where the stand fits in (left side) and look at all the stuff on the left side of the wheel...




Now look at this picture of the right side of the wheel and all the stuff that ISN'T there.... just one big ass 55mm nut to remove and off come wheel...



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BigDaddyKane


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posted April 14, 2007 02:11 AM        Edited By: BigDaddyKane on 14 Apr 2007 09:13
OH! Ok, let me see if I got it right now. The axel stays on and doesn't have to come out for a tire change like the jap bikes. No cotter pin either.

Just 1 nut and the wheel slides "OFF" the axel on the right side....am I right Fish?

*See I thought the sprocket and all would be attached to the wheel*

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fish_antlers


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posted April 14, 2007 02:13 AM        
pretty much... there's a retaining ring inset in a machined grove (visible in 2nd pic) instead of a cotter pin...

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CrotchRocket


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posted April 14, 2007 02:34 AM        
Hey Fish how many times did you stick the stand into the axle???
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stevewfl


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posted April 14, 2007 05:16 AM        
quote:
Hey Fish how many times did you stick the stand into the axle???


+1 great question
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Rich Miller


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posted April 14, 2007 07:14 AM        
It'e a 12 point 1" drive, and yeah, it's WAY cooler than the pit bulls I have.......... get around 2K out of the rears on the R1 before the power's, wonder how the Perelli's will do?
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