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post #1 of 18 Old 01-27-2007, 02:50 PM Thread Starter
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Phobeman Fab.

This is Phobmans service stand.
Takes 5 sec. to install.
1-1/2 sec to remove.
What a great piece.One of my favotite tools.
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post #2 of 18 Old 01-27-2007, 02:57 PM
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Looks Nice!!

Yes they work very well. It looks like you got version 2?
Mine did not come with a sticker! !

That's OK it works great!

Thanks PHOBMAN

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Mine didn't either. I made the sticker!
Just for reference.

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hey mikey where did you pick that up at?

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hey mikey where did you pick that up at?
PM phobeman, He makes it. He's a member of WT here.
I am lucky enough to live near him. Got it w/no shipping!

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How much do they run? Any chance of getting one made for a different bike? I have a 04 Triumph Speed Triple, and I have seen a center stand avaiable, so I know there is a mounting point for it. What diminsions would be needed to make it, if you could do it PHOBEMAN?

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post #7 of 18 Old 01-27-2007, 04:03 PM
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Xrikey.... I assume you use a rear swing arm lift to lift the bike up, and then you install the centre stand, and then lower the bike on the centre stand?

Great tool to if one was to work on the front end of the bike..

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Xrikey.... I assume you use a rear swing arm lift to lift the bike up, and then you install the centre stand, and then lower the bike on the centre stand?

Great tool to if one was to work on the front end of the bike..

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It installs by itself. With the bike on the sidestand, I install the center stand,& put in the pin. Lift the bike upright & step on the arm. Up she goe's. Just like a regular center stand, only on the right.
To drop it (make sure the side stand is down) lift at the grab handle & push forward. Down she goe's. Lean it on the side stand, pull the pin,Out it comes.

It completly unloads the rear of the bike for full swingarm service.
As for the front, I use a front end stand that lifts with a pin in the center.

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post #9 of 18 Old 01-27-2007, 06:37 PM
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Nice job xrmikey! I love the sticker, pity about the name change, but that's ok,as long as the members know that it's an inexpensive and viable alternative to expensive race stands or centerstands. I could make them for other models if I had a bike to measure.

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Nice job xrmikey! I love the sticker, pity about the name change, but that's ok,as long as the members know that it's an inexpensive and viable alternative to expensive race stands or centerstands. I could make them for other models if I had a bike to measure.
How much shipped to Houston? It looks great!

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Nice stands! I like that design. Simple yet, it works!

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Hey Mikey, Is your garage tiled?

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Hello I asked first!! Just kidding. Im In Hutto, Tx. hows about one more. str8

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Hey Mikey, Is your garage tiled?
No, Just shiny concrete.

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Man that stand is sweet, I need to get off my duff and send that man a check! Or, do you have a paypal account Phobman?

'02 Honda 919 - She's the only one for me!

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Well crap, I'm pretty sure this wouldn't work with my exhaust otherwise I'd be all over it like white on rice. All the same, nice fab work phobman!

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phobman, could you pm me with a price as well? Shipping to 29063 (South Carolina).

Thanks!


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