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    Would this SwingArm Stand work with the TW?

    Motorcycle Swingarm Rear Stand

    Anybody use a swingarm stand like this with their TW?

    Thanks for any info...
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    I don't see why it wouldn't work.

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    " can be adjusted from 10-1/4" to 13-3/8" to easily accommodate different motorcycle widths."

    TW is 12.25 center to center so it should work.
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    I was looking at this very model at HF. Let us know how it works!.

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    I came up with 11.5" center to center...
    I will measure again tomorrow
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    I've got one and it does work. The only issue is the lower chain guard (bolted to the bottom of the swingarm by the rear sprocket) blocks the stand from cradling the swing arm like it should. I just lift the bike with the cradle as close to the guard as I can get it but if I take the guard off to give me more room it would probably be safer. If that doesn't make sense I can go out and snap a quick pic. Bottom line is that it works and is very handy.

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    Funny you brought that up...I was looking at that plastic piece tonight. But then I figured I could put the braces in front of it?
    Pics would be great if you can
    Thanks!
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    Buy two, get one fork adaptor atachment, then you can lift the bike completely off the floor.
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    On a bike with the stock inner fender, the handle of the stand hits and you can't get it far enough under the bike to get the cradle to clear that plastic guard. I had a problem anyway....your results may differ.

    I made a smaller tail light bracket on my '95 so the handle doesn't hit. There's no problem using this stand on it.

    The rear tire is about 1 1/2" off the ground when the bike is on the stand.

    Thanks for getting me off my butt. I see the chain needs lube. It's an o-ring but the salt is making things rusty. It'll be easy now that it's on the stand.
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    Thanks for the pics...Now I se what you meen. I have the stock inner rear fender so I will probably have to take that little guard off
    But that shouldnt be a big deal
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