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    Looking for a bike stand. What is most preferred by yall? (texas slang) I'm getting geared up for bike transformation!

    Thanks for input!!

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    I built my own out og some 2x4's and 4x4's. Works great

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    Quote Originally Posted by kageones View Post
    That's the ticket.
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    Another vote for the PepsX stand. You have the link so take a look.
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    I made the one shown in post #11...excellent design...height is perfect for all maintenance and washing/detailing.

    http://www.vtxoa.com/forums/showthre...ade+bike+stand
    '08 VTX1800T Black

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    Quote Originally Posted by kageones View Post
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    By far the best stand you can get and never a worry about the safety or security of it when the bike is on it. Hell, I am more worried using the bike lift to get it on the stand.
    Last edited by Loonatic; 04-20-2012 at 11:21 PM. Reason: spelling

    Lead, follow or get out of the way....

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    Instead of 2 x 8 I used ( 2 ) 2 X 4 and 4 X 4 because its what I had laying around, they were treated and a little twisted. Once the bike sits on them its straight as an arrow, solid as a rock. A little twist never hurt anybody lol

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    Finally put it up on the stand today...Feels VERY sturdy...
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