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Old 11-03-12, 14:49   #1
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:) Hi everyone, I just finished receiving my latest order of SV Racing Parts, Front and Rear Motorcycle Stands,

http://www.svracingparts.com/product...=0&sort=normal

I worked super hard to get these done for me with Quality Powder Coat Finishes and Super Stability, I even have a Specialty Stand for the Exclusive Lucky Few of us also Riding Ducati 848 - 1098 - 1198 999 and BMW S1000RR and now Pin Kits are ready for the 675 as well, Check it out, It Lifts the bike by both wheels off the ground for all service and Repair from The Side".



What I really wanted to accomplish for us was to have High Quality Front and Rear Stands we can use with Confidence on our bikes for Servicing and Storage at a super price on products that meet my smell test for excellence and that I can be proud to have my name on for Quality and Value which has always been my personal goal with my fellow Triumph 675 Members,

Visit me Anytime at SVRacingParts.com

Steering Stem Front Stands: $89.95


Combination Price of $134.95 for Both these Front and Rear Stands


SS Black Rear Stand: $59.95


High Quality Custom Black Powder Coat Finish, Double Wheels and Welded Braces for Lifetime Quality and Extra Strength,

Attachments for lifting by Both Swing Arm Paddles and by Swing Arm Slider Spools Included with the Rear Stands.

Low Profile Design is perfect for Easy Lifting by One Person of Virtually all Modern Motorcycles and Most Earlier Bikes,

Ideal for use in your Garage for Working on or Maintaining your Bikes or at the Track and for Race Use to Lift Your Bikes Front Wheel Up Off The Ground Easily,

Easy and Simple One Person Use When Lifting your Bikes for Maintenance use in the Garage For Service and Storage,

Fork Lift Front Stand: $59.95


Same Great Features, High Quality Powder Coat and Excellent Durability and Support,

Everything is in stock and ready to ship today,

Email me Directly at b.layton@svracingparts.com

These are excellent parts meant to provide you with a lifetime of service,

Enjoy the ride, and best regards,
Blair

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Damn those look like good products, for great prices. I may have these on my xmas list.

how much is that Bursig style bike lift?
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Damn those look like good products, for great prices. I may have these on my xmas list.

how much is that Bursig style bike lift?

They are great value at a great price, The SV Racing Parts Side Lift Stands are $289.99 all in Shipped for Free and the Pin Kit for the Daytona 675-Street 675 is $49.99

Email Directly at b.layton@svracingparts.com No PM Please whenever you are ready and I will get you looked after right,

Enjoy the ride, and best regards,
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that's a good looking deal for the side lift stand, putting it on my wishlist
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They are great value at a great price, The SV Racing Parts Side Lift Stands are $289.99 all in Shipped for Free and the Pin Kit for the Daytona 675-Street 675 is $49.99

Email Directly at b.layton@svracingparts.com No PM Please whenever you are ready and I will get you looked after right,

Enjoy the ride, and best regards,
Blair
Er wait, so the side stand is compatible with the 675? The way you worded it made it seem like it's only compatible with Ducatis and the S1000RR.
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Thumbs up SV Racing Parts, Front and Rear Motorcycle Stands

:) Hi everyone, I just finished receiving my latest order of SV Racing Parts, Front and Rear Motorcycle Stands,

http://www.svracingparts.com/product...=0&sort=normal

I worked super hard to get these done for me with Quality Powder Coat Finishes and Super Stability, I even have a Specialty Stand for the Exclusive Lucky Few of us also Riding Ducati 848 - 1098 - 1198 999 and BMW S1000RR and now Pin Kits are ready for the 675 as well, Check it out, It Lifts the bike by both wheels off the ground for all service and Repair from The Side".



What I really wanted to accomplish for us was to have High Quality Front and Rear Stands we can use with Confidence on our bikes for Servicing and Storage at a super price on products that meet my smell test for excellence and that I can be proud to have my name on for Quality and Value which has always been my personal goal with my fellow Triumph 675 Members,

Visit me Anytime at SVRacingParts.com

Steering Stem Front Stands: $89.95


Combination Price of $134.95 for Both these Front and Rear Stands


SS Black Rear Stand: $59.95


High Quality Custom Black Powder Coat Finish, Double Wheels and Welded Braces for Lifetime Quality and Extra Strength,

Attachments for lifting by Both Swing Arm Paddles and by Swing Arm Slider Spools Included with the Rear Stands.

Low Profile Design is perfect for Easy Lifting by One Person of Virtually all Modern Motorcycles and Most Earlier Bikes,

Ideal for use in your Garage for Working on or Maintaining your Bikes or at the Track and for Race Use to Lift Your Bikes Front Wheel Up Off The Ground Easily,

Easy and Simple One Person Use When Lifting your Bikes for Maintenance use in the Garage For Service and Storage,

Fork Lift Front Stand: $59.95


Same Great Features, High Quality Powder Coat and Excellent Durability and Support,

Everything is in stock and ready to ship today,

Email me Directly at b.layton@svracingparts.com

These are excellent parts meant to provide you with a lifetime of service,

Enjoy the ride, and best regards,
Blair

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Thumbs up SV Racing Parts, Front and Rear Motorcycle Stands

:) Hi everyone, I just finished receiving my latest order of SV Racing Parts, Front and Rear Motorcycle Stands,

http://www.svracingparts.com/product...=0&sort=normal

I worked super hard to get these done for me with Quality Powder Coat Finishes and Super Stability, I even have a Specialty Stand for the Exclusive Lucky Few of us also Riding Ducati 848 - 1098 - 1198 999 and BMW S1000RR and now Pin Kits are ready for the 675 as well, Check it out, It Lifts the bike by both wheels off the ground for all service and Repair from The Side".



What I really wanted to accomplish for us was to have High Quality Front and Rear Stands we can use with Confidence on our bikes for Servicing and Storage at a super price on products that meet my smell test for excellence and that I can be proud to have my name on for Quality and Value which has always been my personal goal with my fellow Triumph 675 Members,

Visit me Anytime at SVRacingParts.com

Steering Stem Front Stands: $89.95


Combination Price of $134.95 for Both these Front and Rear Stands


SS Black Rear Stand: $59.95


High Quality Custom Black Powder Coat Finish, Double Wheels and Welded Braces for Lifetime Quality and Extra Strength,

Attachments for lifting by Both Swing Arm Paddles and by Swing Arm Slider Spools Included with the Rear Stands.

Low Profile Design is perfect for Easy Lifting by One Person of Virtually all Modern Motorcycles and Most Earlier Bikes,

Ideal for use in your Garage for Working on or Maintaining your Bikes or at the Track and for Race Use to Lift Your Bikes Front Wheel Up Off The Ground Easily,

Easy and Simple One Person Use When Lifting your Bikes for Maintenance use in the Garage For Service and Storage,

Fork Lift Front Stand: $59.95


Same Great Features, High Quality Powder Coat and Excellent Durability and Support,

Everything is in stock and ready to ship today,

Email me Directly at b.layton@svracingparts.com

These are excellent parts meant to provide you with a lifetime of service,

Enjoy the ride, and best regards,
Blair

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Ever considered a forward handle rear stand?


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Is there an advtange/difference in using the steering stem vs fork lift front stands?
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Is there an advtange/difference in using the steering stem vs fork lift front stands?
Yeah there is a few. Fork lift stands sometimes get in the way if you have fork sliders. As in my case with my gb racing sliders. Also for suspension set up the steering stem stand is better because the suspension is not affected by the stand. To make good suspension settings the suspension has to be fully extended. The fork lift stand wont allow this.

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