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post #1 of 8 Old 02-05-2007, 06:29 PM Thread Starter
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will this work on 919 or this kind is only for dirt bikes?

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post #2 of 8 Old 02-05-2007, 07:43 PM
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the 919 header runs directly under the engine my guess is that bearing the weight of the entire bike on the exhaust cant be good, especially on the studs comin outta the head but i dunno thats just my assumption.... feel free to prove me wrong...

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will this work on 919 or this kind is only for dirt bikes?

http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/AS...osim/neoset-20

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Nope. It won’t work. You need a flat surface for it to settle up to. Like a skid plate or two parallel tubes under a dirt bike. Even if it did get the bike in the air, it’s very likely to fall over.

PHOBMAN'S stand is the one you need!

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you would also have a hard time getting the bike off of the ground, you'd need a LOT of leverage to lift it.

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I looked up the pics and it does look like a good piece of engineering! Mr Phobman, would you please e-mail or pm me a price and shipping to 95616? Also, dimensions please? I have a 1978 cb750f. I will check if it will fit it. My central stand broke and I decided I rather buy a removable stand than find a place to weld it...

If it will work I could refer your stand to bigger crowd of SOHC owners !
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