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post #21 of 41 (permalink) Old 04-17-2012, 05:30 PM
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Hi June, I bought a redline which came with all diff size adapter pins to locate it into the swing arm pivot bolts. Can get the front up with it as well with a little push. It is not too tough to operate. BUT, if I am just lubing the chain I bought for $20.00 (while waiting and waiting for the guys to send me my stand) a small roller dealy from Harbour freight that is made for mcycles and has two rollers. It sits about 2" tall max and is super easy to use, cheap and takes up no space. Plus, for added fun, flip it upside down and you have yourself a cool dolly for heavy stuff. Course it won't change direction.... PS seat is still bitchin!!!!
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PS seat is still bitchin!!!!
Z, Glad to hear you're getting lots of enjoyment from the tall alacantra seat I hope you're riding plenty out there, I know I am.

What is this gadget from Harbor Freight? Can you send me a link? Gary's bike needs spools so that he could use my pit bull stands. Whoever serviced the bike stripped one side and you can't put a spool on it now, so this roller thing might do the trick.


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Here it is:

http://www.harborfreight.com/motorcy...and-98800.html

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Yep thats the one. Got mine with a coupon for 20.00 bucks.
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Z, Glad to hear you're getting lots of enjoyment from the tall alacantra seat I hope you're riding plenty out there, I know I am.

What is this gadget from Harbor Freight? Can you send me a link? Gary's bike needs spools so that he could use my pit bull stands. Whoever serviced the bike stripped one side and you can't put a spool on it now, so this roller thing might do the trick.
June, I've got one of those, and find it totally useless. I've used it once, and it hangs on the wall where I put it 9-10 years ago....

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Whoever serviced the bike stripped one side and you can't put a spool on it now, so this roller thing might do the trick.
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tell Gary to HeliCoil the stripped threads and be able to put the spool back on

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Noel: you assume that I know wtf you're talking about. Helicoil? I'm surprised Rob isn't on this thread making sex toy commentary.
You should just come to Colorado for a few days and ride with us. Between Siobhan and I there's sure to be enough spare bikes kicking around for you to choose from.


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Noel doesn't ride other peoples bikes.

He may not even ride his own. Ever seen him riding? Ever seen a picture of him riding? It's a mystery.

I don't think he rides because he doesn't own long pants.
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tell Gary to HeliCoil the stripped threads and be able to put the spool back on
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Noel doesn't ride other peoples bikes.

He may not even ride his own. Ever seen him riding? Ever seen a picture of him riding? It's a mystery.

I don't think he rides because he doesn't own long pants.
Noel I will hold him down, and you can kick him when we get together okay. Gotta go to bed now, bikes almost done and Liesl just got home. 1:15 Am over here.
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I use an Abba stand + adaptors can be bought to make it fit other bikes, easy to fit and easy to lift the bike with 1 person....

http://www.abbastands.co.uk/

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