Re: Does anyone have construction plans (Vandal996)
you're half right on the cost issue, but so many commercially available stands are weak, generic, ugly, heavy, flimsy, or whatever. It's the challenge of making your own- and with about $50 of tubing (probably $100 these days with steel prices, and assuming you have a bender) and $25 of hardware you're set.
Re: Does anyone have construction plans (paulo57509)
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That reminds me of a crappy "Ballet Club" by Mid-Ohio that used PVC for the railing arround the stage. And to add insult to injury they painted it gold! I didn't realize what it was untill one of the weight challenged dancers leaned against it
Re: Does anyone have construction plans (blue prints) for a r ... (Desmo-guy)
Canadian Tire in Canada is selling stands in sets. You get a front stand and a rear stand plus 6 different sets of swingarm spools to fit any bike, all for the low price of $99.00 can.
Nice looking stands.
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Bought the CT stand on sale @ 79.99 cdn. Looks nice with good construction. First try on the front stand pushed the pin (Allen bolt) down and into the tube of the stand, gone.
Also, how do you use the rear spools on a SS??
Should of saved my money for the PVC eh?
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