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    center stand dolly

    anyone tried these things, which ones and are they any good? answers with the usual pomp and dribble always appreciated.

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    I've got one. It's good. Does what it's supposed to, although it definitely prefers a smooth flat surface.
    R1150GS | R100/7

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    2005 SE Adventure 1150.

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    It takes some lifting getting it up on the centrestand. I could feel the scar of my previous hernia op creeking. There must be an easy way to do it except brute strength.
    Next time I try, will make sure the 1150GSA tank is nearly empty.


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    Constand mover

    Use 2 of these
    http://www.motea.com/en/paddock-stan...30-34872-0.htm
    Good build quality
    works well on plastic tiled flooring in the garage
    used at one time or another on all 4 bikes
    rd250lc to the Bavarian Toilet

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