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post #1 of 18 (permalink) Old 07-10-2003, 12:27 AM Thread Starter
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For Sale: Plans for rearstand

$5 gets you a detailed list of parts and assembly instructions on how to make the coolest rearstand ever. All parts available at your local hardware store!

We here at CRAZe Inc. have taken the guess work out of making a quality, yet-affordable rearstand. ACT NOW!
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Damn I'll have to go print off some more copies, the sales have skyrocketed.
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I kinda like your stand .....not sure I want it to scrath my black swing arm but I think you can figure something out.
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Re: For Sale: Plans for rearstand

thats a deal n a half! sign me up for a copy... does this include shippin

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Re: For Sale: Plans for rearstand

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$5 gets you a detailed list of parts and assembly instructions on how to make the coolest rearstand ever. All parts available at your local hardware store!

We here at CRAZe Inc. have taken the guess work out of making a quality, yet-affordable rearstand. ACT NOW!
You mean I can ALSO get my bikes ass in the air THAT FAR UP ? Sweeeet !

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One at a time guys, one at a time. The phones are going nuts today, these things are selling like hotcakes.

We're prepared to offer a "swingarm-saver" for an additional $10. It basically consists of 2 shop rags placed on the swingarm bracing under the swingarm
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Re: Re: For Sale: Plans for rearstand

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You mean I can ALSO get my bikes ass in the air THAT FAR UP ? Sweeeet !
Gregg, you can have the ass end of your busa touching the ceiling of your garage if you'd like. These stands are adjustable!
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so i have to do an endo to put my bike on your stand???
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Gregg, you can have the ass end of your busa touching the ceiling of your garage if you'd like. These stands are adjustable!

That Rocks ! Adjustable even !

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That Rocks ! Adjustable even !
Yup, you just go to the hardware store and buy a different length of pipe....fully adjustable
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so i have to do an endo to put my bike on your stand???
Well actually I weigh about 195, so you might not be able to get the bike fully erected, if you will, since you gotta put a little weight into it

In all seriousness, it should be a pretty effective stand once I get the vertical bars cut down to about half their size.
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For a $10 upgrade CRAZe Inc will throw in a few spray cans with your rearstand plans. My stand is started to get that cool rustic look.
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