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Bajaj jack

Postby joe » Sun Jul 22, 2012 10:27 am

I am looking for one of theses
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if unable to source one, we have dimensions to make some...

Dimensions: top of "C" to bottom: 10 inches; base 2.25" x 1.875"; diameter of "C": 1.75 inches. Slight curve on edge of base.
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Re: Bajaj jack

Postby lookn4bikes » Tue Aug 14, 2012 6:45 pm

I got one from the local scooter shop. I've tried to use it once or twice. I might need an instructional video because I can't figure it out. They were using it for a paper weight. so if anyone has any instructions please post up.
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Re: Bajaj jack

Postby joe » Tue Aug 14, 2012 10:31 pm

lookn4bikes wrote:I got one from the local scooter shop. I've tried to use it once or twice. I might need an instructional video because I can't figure it out. They were using it for a paper weight. so if anyone has any instructions please post up.


If they have a spare, I would take one.

basically, you put the top curved part on the rear motor mount with the base extending down to the ground. place foot in back of the stand base and rock the bike back, like you would a center stand. saw a buddy do it. looked easy
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Re: Bajaj jack

Postby lookn4bikes » Thu Aug 16, 2012 5:27 pm

i'll give that a try. I was thinking this should be easy but the stand kept falling off the curve.
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