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Bike lift /stand for your servicing needs

Discussion in 'Maintenance and Servicing' at netrider.net.au started by Samboss260, Oct 9, 2013.

  1. Have also posted a similar post in the Projects section.

    What are you using for maintaining or servicing your bike?

    Stands? Jacks? Lifts? Platforms?

    I'm considering purchasing a lift to make things a bit easier for the project build, but not sure which way to go.

    Comments or even picks of your setup would be great.
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  3. Which type were you looking at? And why didn't you get one?

    I jsut don't know which way to go, either a jack type with wheels in the air or a lift/table type option.

    Plus trying to keep it under $400 if I can
  4. I've got an Anderson stand I used to use for the Hornet, (no centrestand) but it would be no use to you on the VFR with your single-sided swingarm....
  5. Well it was something like two years ago so I'm not 100% on that one lol, I didn't end up getting one because I didn't really need one I guess.

    I guess that would kinda depend on what you want to be doing with it. I'd be inclined to say go for a wheels in the air version provided your bike can take it, but I'm not a mechanic by any stretch of the imagination so don't take my word for it. If it were just for cleaning and whatnot I suppose a table type. Not an expert though.
  6. It will be to restore and work on my project bike - 1981 Katana GS650G