Main Motorcycle: 2010 Street Triple
Join Date: May 2010
Location: Atlanta, GA
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Are there more bike specific instructions than the picture below (not the general stand assembly instructions).
Is the horizontal rod adjustment just trial and error or is there a recommended starting length.
I have messed around with the stand a bit. I am able to lift the bike if I lower the handle (raising the mechanism) so that it will meet with the adaptor. However, the front tire is slightly touching the ground still.
I believe edge's bike is a std striple and creative's is "R", correct? Is it possible that the difficulty with Creative's setup is the slight difference in height between the two bikes? If the standard ends up being right at the top of the adjustment range then perhaps there is no way to get the "R" to slide right in without first raising the mechanism a little? Just a thought.
Thanks edgedweapon88, I was just curious because I thought I read about "refer to the recommended horizontal rod length".
It works, I just have to wiggle it in and out to fit.
Bira - I didn't even think of that. I didn't realize they would be different heights.
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