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Thumbs up Paddock Style Side Lift Stand with Hydraulic Reservoir for Triumph 675 Models

Hi Everyone here are some images of the SV Racing Parts Side Lift Stand with 675 Pin Kits lifting both wheels up at the same time, Awesome!

I have 5 of the 675 Stands here in stock ready to ship today.

I have the New Stands in stock with Hydraulic Damper and Dolly Style Wheels Included for the Triumph 675 Models; Order yours now.

$249.95 Shipped Free to your door anywhere in the lower 48 of the USA. Super Shipping Rates everywhere else; We Ship Worldwide every day.

These are the new versions with Hydraulic Damper Assistance.










These are excellent parts that will serve you well,

Email me Directly at sales@svracingparts.com No PM Please I get too many requests and questions to be able to retain and recall the conversation threads the way I need to in order to serve and make sure everyone is looked after correctly and right away.

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Let me know whenever you are ready, I still have a very limited number of these Super Stands in Stock and Ready to Ship Today,

Enjoy the ride, and best regards,
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Thumbs up Paddock Style Side Lift Stand with Hydraulic Reservoir for Triumph 675 Models

Hi Everyone here are some images of the SV Racing Parts Side Lift Stand with 675 Pin Kits lifting both wheels up at the same time, Awesome!

I have 5 of the 675 Stands here in stock ready to ship today.

I have the New Stands in stock with Hydraulic Damper and Dolly Style Wheels Included for the Triumph 675 Models; Order yours now.

$249.95 Shipped Free to your door anywhere in the lower 48 of the USA. Super Shipping Rates everywhere else; We Ship Worldwide every day.

These are the new versions with Hydraulic Damper Assistance.










These are excellent parts that will serve you well,

Email me Directly at sales@svracingparts.com No PM Please I get too many requests and questions to be able to retain and recall the conversation threads the way I need to in order to serve and make sure everyone is looked after correctly and right away.

Visit me anytime at www.svracingparts.com

Let me know whenever you are ready, I still have a very limited number of these Super Stands in Stock and Ready to Ship Today,

Enjoy the ride, and best regards,
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Thumbs up Paddock Style Side Lift Stand with Hydraulic Reservoir for Triumph 675 Models

Hi Everyone here are some images of the SV Racing Parts Side Lift Stand with 675 Pin Kits lifting both wheels up at the same time, Awesome!

I have 5 of the 675 Stands here in stock ready to ship today.

I have the New Stands in stock with Hydraulic Damper and Dolly Style Wheels Included for the Triumph 675 Models; Order yours now.

$249.95 Shipped Free to your door anywhere in the lower 48 of the USA. Super Shipping Rates everywhere else; We Ship Worldwide every day.

These are the new versions with Hydraulic Damper Assistance.










These are excellent parts that will serve you well,

Email me Directly at sales@svracingparts.com No PM Please I get too many requests and questions to be able to retain and recall the conversation threads the way I need to in order to serve and make sure everyone is looked after correctly and right away.

Visit me anytime at www.svracingparts.com

Let me know whenever you are ready, I still have a very limited number of these Super Stands in Stock and Ready to Ship Today,

Enjoy the ride, and best regards,
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Got mine working this weekend and love it! I think it has to settle a bit to make all of the legs be really even but it's amazing rolling it around the garage to work on the bike.

Wound up going with this one over the European versions for the hydraulic reservoir and of course the price. Very VERY happy with the product for the price. It takes some time to get it set up to lift everything correctly but once it's set up it's great.

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@Knolly does yours sit so that it's tilted a bit to the right, as in the top is tilted away from the mount? That's how mine is and I couldn't figure out any way to correct that, but then looking at this pic from SV, that's almost exactly how much of the pin shows on my stand as well when I have it lifted, so maybe I'm worried about nothing. It seems secure enough, I just wanted to check with someone else.


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@Knolly does yours sit so that it's tilted a bit to the right, as in the top is tilted away from the mount? That's how mine is and I couldn't figure out any way to correct that, but then looking at this pic from SV, that's almost exactly how much of the pin shows on my stand as well when I have it lifted, so maybe I'm worried about nothing. It seems secure enough, I just wanted to check with someone else.

Yep, mine does that too. I tried a bunch to correct it but I think it's just how it is. The pin is 1.5 inches or so, and when I raise the bike the pin comes about about a quarter of an inch. I think putting some spacers between the plate and the lower "cup" would help reduce that gap, but I'm happy with its stability even with the pin sticking out a bit.

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Thumbs up Paddock Style Side Lift Stand with Hydraulic Reservoir for Triumph 675 Models

Hi Everyone here are some images of the SV Racing Parts Side Lift Stand with 675 Pin Kits lifting both wheels up at the same time, Awesome!

I am just unloading the New Stands with Hydraulic Damper and Dolly Style Wheels Included for the Triumph 675 Models; Order yours now.

$249.95 Shipped Free to your door anywhere in the lower 48 of the USA. Super Shipping Rates everywhere else; We Ship Worldwide every day.

These are the new versions with Hydraulic Damper Assistance.










These are excellent parts that will serve you well,

Email me Directly at sales@svracingparts.com No PM Please I get too many requests and questions to be able to retain and recall the conversation threads the way I need to in order to serve and make sure everyone is looked after correctly and right away.

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Okay, so this happened as I was putting the bike on the stand:



So now it's stuck on the stand. Any idea how to fix this? Anyone?

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Okay, so this happened as I was putting the bike on the stand:



So now it's stuck on the stand. Any idea how to fix this? Anyone?
That happened to me, sadly you have to just pull the bike off and then you can unpop it. I also glued mine on for future issues haha

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Got mine working this weekend and love it! I think it has to settle a bit to make all of the legs be really even but it's amazing rolling it around the garage to work on the bike.

Wound up going with this one over the European versions for the hydraulic reservoir and of course the price. Very VERY happy with the product for the price. It takes some time to get it set up to lift everything correctly but once it's set up it's great.
MAN how did you get it so even?!?! haha I only took a few minutes on mine, but really need to get it leveled out.

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