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    Bursig Center-Lift Motorcycle Stand Review

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    Tune in to find out how this innovative Bursig Center-Lift Motorcycle Stand allows for 1 handed lifting and lowering, making servicing chores a little easier than some traditional stands we're all used to.


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    1973 BMW R75/5 / 1987 Yamaha YSR50 / 2013 Moto Guzzi V7 Racer / 2015 BMW R1200RT

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    Nice Looking stand but, when I was in the market, they didn't have an adapter for the '16 RT.

    I went with the ABBA Skylift which, I feel, is more useful - but also more expensive. You can raise the bike higher in either wheelie, stoppie, or horizontal positions.

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    Wow! That's some stand!
    Moshe K. Levy
    Moto Mouth Moshe https://www.youtube.com/c/motomouthmoshe
    1973 BMW R75/5 / 1987 Yamaha YSR50 / 2013 Moto Guzzi V7 Racer / 2015 BMW R1200RT

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    The only nit that I have to pick with the stand is that it's hard to get the swing arm attachments lined up on the bike due to the low height of the swing arm pivot. I've found that parking the bike with the rear wheel on a piece of 2x6 , with the transmission set into first gear (keeps the bike from rolling off the 2x6) solves the issue and makes it easy to get the bike mounted on the stand.

    Oh, one even more minor caution. The RT kit comes with a plastic cylindrical block that fits inside the rear wheel hub and allows you to utilize a strap to achieve either horizontal or wheelie mounting positions (no strap needed for stoppie position). I've had a couple instances where I worked on the bike, went for a ride, and found the plastic cylinder laying in the street about 4 houses down from mine when I return - I keep forgetting to take it out when I'm done maybe I need to attach a tether to it.

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