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Bike-lift Footpeg Stands

Hi guys,

Any idea where I can get get a set of foot peg stands like these?

http://www.bikelifteurope.com/en/rac...ng-coppia.html


I managed to find them here:
https://www.redracingparts.com/engli...tralstands.php

But the website seems dodgy as hell.
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This is where I got mine from mate - http://www.sharpracing.com.au/foot-peg-stands/

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Ehhh ok, so I managed to get a set... How is it supposed to work? Clearly Im missing something...





So in the above pics the bike is still on the rear wheel stand, when lowering it onto the peg stands the pegs just fold... obviously.

Is there another trick to this (setting up the stands higher?) or are the fold up pegs the issue? I dont want to go mucking about trying to lift the stands higher if the issue is with the pegs.

I did think the folding might be an issue prior to purchasing, but figured that if the stand was close to the lever point and the hoop small enough then it would support the bike? How else does everyone else grease their friggin rear hub?

I get this hurting feeling in my stomach that a new set of rear sets is in order...
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Yes mate, extend the stands.
Just remembered too, on the older bikes we turned the footpegs over so they can't fold.
I use solid pegs so not a problem, but I would have thought that the pegs could only fold up to a certain extend?

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As Donsy says, flip the footpegs over - it's just a circlip and a pin.

For the love of everything you find holy, do remember to flip them back before taking the bike for a test ride though

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For the love of everything you find holy, do remember to flip them back before taking the bike for a test ride though

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what a joke......

know what a "T" stand is?????......

know how to make anything?

a "T" stand is an upsidedown T with 3-4 ~60mm tubes welded to the end in a

stack....at ~20

to use as a side stand with fixed pegs just slip it on and lean the bike over.....

to use as a rear stand you'll need 2 ....use a higher tube .... slip it one on the far side

peg , push the bike away and slip the 2nd one on the near side peg......done

with follding pegs you need a tiedown

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Yes mate, extend the stands.
Just remembered too, on the older bikes we turned the footpegs over so they can't fold.
I use solid pegs so not a problem, but I would have thought that the pegs could only fold up to a certain extend?
Thanks Donsy, didnt think about flipping the pegs over. Good edit to your post!
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