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post #11 of 19 (permalink) Old 05-22-2019, 01:38 AM
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True, but they're a pain in the butt and nowhere near the practical, timeless operation of a single-sided axle stand. (For clarification, I do have an ABBA Superbike Stand with both MV and Honda fittings, and a Pit Pull for the MV. I view the ABBA as more of a permanent/maintenance stand rather than one for short-term usage.)
Interesting... This video describes the Abba Sky Lift operation. It would certainly be great for shop work.

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True, but they're a pain in the butt and nowhere near the practical, timeless operation of a single-sided axle stand. (For clarification, I do have an ABBA Superbike Stand with both MV and Honda fittings, and a Pit Pull for the MV. I view the ABBA as more of a permanent/maintenance stand rather than one for short-term usage.)
That is why I stuck with the Bursig. The ABBA is a bit more of a faff for just storing the bike, better for working on it though. But the bursig is, in my opinion, easier than a axle stand and has the added benefit of getting both wheels off of the ground at the same time and making the bike easier to move around.

Being said I also have a swingarm stand as well, I use it for cleaning, etc.
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Interesting. I wonder how it works on a "less than smooth" surface??

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Interesting. I wonder how it works on a "less than smooth" surface??

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The one in your (SAROY) pic is available from MV themselves. Or atleast that is what I was told by MV here in Aus. Ask a dealer. They are not cheap though.... They were asking about 1000-1200AUD. Can't quite remember now.
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Too bad no way to make this work with the Guzzi, its the only bike I dont have on a Bursig because they dont make one for it. Would be nice to at least be able to rotate the rear wheel while on a stand.


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