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post #1831 of 1838 (permalink) Old 11-13-2019, 03:23 AM
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... and when i bought the bike, it didn't come with the paddock stand, so bought this after market "Anderson" brand stand.
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... and covered up and ready to be un-wrapped for the next ride (which was today!)
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post #1834 of 1838 (permalink) Old 11-13-2019, 05:50 PM
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But I note your track stand, but I went for a Bikeit Hydraulics Spider. It works on two pins into the frame, and just lifts the whole bike off the ground. I can then just spin it around in the garage.. itís brilliant
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... and when i bought the bike, it didn't come with the paddock stand, so bought this after market "Anderson" brand stand.

Details on the swingarm boot guard, and also did you powdercoat the swingarm or factory?

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Details on the swingarm boot guard, and also did you powdercoat the swingarm or factory?
Every thing you see here is standard as per the factory (except the oil splatter off the chain; I put that there this morning on the ride into work!)
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Every thing you see here is standard as per the factory (except the oil splatter off the chain; I put that there this morning on the ride into work!)
Are those the stock rearsets that came with the Serie Oro? They look like they are adjustable.

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Are those the stock rearsets that came with the Serie Oro? They look like they are adjustable.
Yes; standard and adjustable

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