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Thread: How to support a bike to remove rear shock?

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    Default Re: How to support a bike to remove rear shock?


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    Another vote for Abba stand, I've done loads of jobs on my bike with the Abba and it's safe and secure. Very sound and solid way of supporting the bike.

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    Default Re: How to support a bike to remove rear shock?

    The side stands on ducatis are often made from a light alloy and i know of cases where they have failed from jacking the bike up in conjunction with the stand. On some ducatis, the side stand is bolted directly to engine so any misuse can lead to a cracked crankcase.

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    Default Re: How to support a bike to remove rear shock?

    Just use the centre stand

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    Default Re: How to support a bike to remove rear shock?

    Quote Originally Posted by vimtozz
    The side stands on ducatis are often made from a light alloy and i know of cases where they have failed from jacking the bike up in conjunction with the stand. On some ducatis, the side stand is bolted directly to engine so any misuse can lead to a cracked crankcase.
    Fair enough - I did this with my Suzy 600 and it worked well, felt reasonably stable

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