Please consider that idea stolen...:thumbup:As far as I know they are for attachments to which you can mount studs for getting the rear wheel off the ground with one of those motorcycle jacks with wheels. I wouldn't think sliders would do diddly squat all the way down there to the inside, but, I'm sure someone else will chime in. I use mine on one side, with a bolt/washers/plexiglass, for attaching state park stickers...:beatnik:
Something to consider; a paddock stand is not much of use to you if you need roadside repairs. That could be somewhere between rare and never but a consideration just the same.Ahhh, Ok the paddock thing makes sense, I may have to get one of those. Not sure I want a center stand.
Thanks for the info:thumbup:
That's where you use a jack - an IB Mini lift IB Bike Lifts (Thanks to Mudrat for the link)Something to consider; a paddock stand is not much of use to you if you need roadside repairs. That could be somewhere between rare and never but a consideration just the same.
Or work out the lift you need, pick up a nylon tent peg from a camping store, cut a notch in the top and instant stand. Not as small as the Mini Lift, but about $4 and will fit in a top box.