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post #11 of 15 (permalink) Old 09-29-2017, 06:00 PM
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The r&g bobbins work fine with my old sports bike lift.
You can see it in action at about 1 minute 10 secs

https://youtu.be/rE-1vVP5fWQ

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post #12 of 15 (permalink) Old 09-29-2017, 07:51 PM
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The r&g bobbins work fine with my old sports bike lift.

You can see it in action at about 1 minute 10 secs



https://youtu.be/rE-1vVP5fWQ



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It does trying to figure out what stand that is. Mine is shorter.
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In case it helps, mine is the predecessor of this one.
looks like they have added height adjustment now too, good bargain lift and has fastest real well.

https://www.ghostbikes.com/5161-5161...adaptors).html

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In case it helps, mine is the predecessor of this one.
looks like they have added height adjustment now too, good bargain lift and has fastest real well.

https://www.ghostbikes.com/5161-5161...adaptors).html

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That works! Ordering now.
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So after installing the R&G sliders I found that my old track stand is not tall enough to lift the rear tire! Can't seem to find a taller track stand.....any suggestions?
|Meant to include pics earlier. Same happened to me, so I used 2X6|" boards, in a U shape which I held together with hinges to save storage space. Just place it in front of wheel. Loose side pieces would work but I wanted it to not slide or move angularly as I raise the bike. The nominal 2" board thinkness (1 5/8) was enough rise for my stand, you may need more depending on your stand's vertical height to the pickup points.
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