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Stands and Lifts
Joshua in ME
Looks like a triangle stand, works like a triangle stand... if it fits your axles. Sadly, I didn't dive deep into the reviews, and can now confirm like a couple others that it does not play well with large rear axle KTM machines like my 2019 150 SX or 2016 250 XC, the large post is just too large. If you try to use the small end instead, say on a concrete floor... the resulting lean angle is scary, and if left alone for a minute or two the bike will suddenly lean over much further and if not caught in time will go right to the floor, putting a nice bend in the small end of the stand. If I hadn't had bent it, it would be staying in the garage for use with my 1992 WR250ZD where it'd work just fine. Updating the description to note the diameters of the axle posts and common bikes it won't fit would improve my rating of the stand.Read All Reviews
Dana in CT
Easy to assemble. Good directions. Sturdy and well built. I use it with my Yamaha TW200. I have to put the bike on a couple of boards in order to slide the lift under my skid plate. But then it lifts fine, I remove the boards, put a thin wood shim under the rear of skidplate to get the rear tire off the ground. (the TW is very rear heavy) then everything is golden for working on the bike. For people that say the platform spins and the locknut loosens up, I suggest when you get the height where you want it, use a rubber mallet to tap the locking lever to jam it slightly and it won't loosen up on you. Simple and works great. Excellent stand and a great value for the money.Read All Reviews