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post #1 of 36 (permalink) Old 03-12-2018, 10:32 AM Thread Starter
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Triumph Bobber Stands

Has anyone got a bike stand for the bobber yet ? Really just need it to adjust chain, clean, lube ect...
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post #2 of 36 (permalink) Old 03-12-2018, 10:37 AM
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Pitbull stand with Triumph bobbins
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Pitbull stand with Triumph bobbins
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Any suppliers you recommend and what did you pay?

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I have the Pitbull Hybrid front and rear stands. Cost a bit, but are rock solid.

For the rear, I highly recommend getting the "detachable removable handle". The added length makes it much easier to lever up. Also, put a block of 2x4 (2x6, 2x10..) or something under the kickstand to start with, makes it much easier to get stood upright prior to levering it up...
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Triumph bobbins and This stand.
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https://www.triumphbobberforum.com/#/topics/4169

My last post on the thread above bought them from Deamon Tweeks in the UK

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Ok if you check out TEC Bike Parts they have an axle through bobbins, then you can use a hook type paddock stand. Demon Tweeks do a good box alloy one by the way they TEC Bike prts do the best x-pipe on the market. check out there You-tube videos.
Local to me so Proper engineering at fair money.
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I'm from northern Canada I use a front wheel chock to hold the bike then lift the back up one man one hand job. No 2x4 needed
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i picked up one of these motorcycle scissor jacks from amazon awhile back. i've used it once for cleaning the wheels and it is easy to operate and works well (using a ratchet wrench also makes it work a lot quicker). sorry, but will try to post a pic the next time i use it with my bobber.
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i picked up one of these motorcycle scissor jacks from amazon awhile back. i've used it once for cleaning the wheels and it is easy to operate and works well (using a ratchet wrench also makes it work a lot quicker). sorry, but will try to post a pic the next time i use it with my bobber.
i use the same stand and paid £35. i find it works ok for most jobs i also have one of these https://www.on-bike.com/product/moto...azyrizerhttps:
//www.on-bike.com/product/motorbike-lift-stand-eazyrizer-original-red/-original-red/

for the bigger jobs.
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