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Full bike tear down - How to?

Purchased a wrecked daytona to swap everything over onto my wife's street triple. I'm planning on doing pretty much everything so it is essentially a frame swap. I'm having a hard time finding information on how to properly hold the bike for such a tear down. Is it necessary to use something like a Bursig stand to hold onto the frame while everything else can be taken off the bike? Can you even take the engine out or swing arm off using such a stand? What are the options available? Or does anyone have any resources or videos of people doing such a tear down?
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Best way to do it is in a garage with exposed rafters to hang the front of the frame from while holding the rear up with a rear stand. Once you're ready to take off the swingarm, put jack stands under the rear sets. This is how I did mine:



































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Amazing response. Thank you!
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Wow, I couldnt of said it better. This should be a sticky

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I just used an SV Racing pit/side stand if I remember correctly.

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Nice. I once made an engine stand for a 2V Ducati out of 2x4's in the shape of an inverted pi symbol. Something like that with unequal 'risers' might work given the dished sump on the 675.

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