Frame sliders, bike lift and swearing

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Re: Frame sliders, bike lift and swearing

Post by prettybirdSE » Thu Mar 04, 2021 7:45 pm


"it does take abit of force to get the front wheel in my chock."

I have a roll-in chock that rocks as the wheel enters.On my 14R I thought this would b a cool thing.It WAS okay until I tried to rock it back out of that chock.It took several HARD attempts to get enough momentum going to actually roll out,which it did,and somehow just stopped suddenly.The bike went over.I did the same...held on(it was falling away from me)as best I could,but it still fell.Just not as hard as a full fall.Never used that chock again! :scratch:

I use the H2's side stand for parking here.Centerstand for all maintenence and stuff.Love it.
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Re: Frame sliders, bike lift and swearing

Post by Champ87 » Thu Apr 15, 2021 1:53 am


Champ87 wrote:
Thu Mar 04, 2021 1:46 am
From initial inspection, damage seems to be limited to the lower fairing panel from contact with the edge lip of the bench.
More detailed inspection revealed a bent right side handlebar that I missed when I checked over the bike. That fact isn't worthy of mention but I wanted to highlight my experience getting spares. I know a lot of stuff is on backorder so I expected a long wait for a new lower fairing and handlebar. Didn't happen - the parts arrived at my dealer just 5 days after I ordered. :cheer:

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Re: Frame sliders, bike lift and swearing

Post by Snakes709 » Thu Apr 15, 2021 2:32 am


Damn lol.
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Re: Frame sliders, bike lift and swearing

Post by swharton » Sat Jun 05, 2021 10:27 pm


Never buy Harbor Freight tools or cheap lifts and you will save $$$$ in the long run, not to mention a lot of aggravation!
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Re: Frame sliders, bike lift and swearing

Post by CiscoKid » Thu Jun 10, 2021 3:57 pm


When I see these threads/posts & pics I look back on 10 years use without an issue ever with my past Bursig paddock stand. I had planned to buy an Abba Sky Lift as it can also support my 96 ZX11 which Bursig does not as no pin kit. However after speaking with an Abba Sky Lift owner he finds it big heavy and a hassle overall and if he were to do it again he would go w front and rear stands. However others love the Abba, so for me Bursig may just be repeated, still deciding.
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