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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnnyBoxer View Post
    Is that the Lidl one?
    they've changed a bit now they look a bit more substantial
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    What's wrong with turning the bike upside down on an old rug?

    Doesn't that work these days with the modern stuff .... genuine question

    .... but with tongue in cheek

    Edit ... Tim beat me to it
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    That Magic Mary looks the business, whatya got on the back Tim ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Micky View Post
    What's wrong with turning the bike upside down on an old rug?

    Doesn't that work these days with the modern stuff .... genuine question

    .... but with tongue in cheek

    Edit ... Tim beat me to it
    I hate bending down now
    My knees are getting like your old ones
    Workshop stand for Ł25 is not a bad buy
    You spot so much more up high, off the ground
    I didn’t realise part of my rear mudguard had come adrift and needed modifying
    Easy to do in your line of sight
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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnnyBoxer View Post
    I hate bending down now

    Easy to do in your line of sight
    Look in Tim's photograph and you'll see a small seat on wheels .... ideal

    Less shit, less clutter
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    Good bike stands @ Lidl

    Quote Originally Posted by Micky View Post
    Look in Tim's photograph and you'll see a small seat on wheels .... ideal

    Less shit, less clutter
    I have a similar seat too

    Stand folds away to nothing and goes under bench, a treat

    I will carry on with it

    Just trying to inform other peddlers that Lidl had a good deal on, if they wish to partake

    Maybe won’t bother next time
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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnnyBoxer View Post
    I have a similar seat too

    Stand folds away to nothing and goes under bench, a treat

    I will carry on with it

    Just trying to inform other peddlers that Lidl had a good deal on, if they wish to partake

    Maybe won’t bother next time
    Good spot Johnny, I have an Aldi one. After 40 plus years of upside Down maintenance I didn’t realise the joys of being able to adjust gears, disk pads the right way up. Like a lot of tools you wonder why you didnt get one earlier.

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    Good bike stands @ Lidl

    Quote Originally Posted by steve hughes View Post
    Good spot Johnny, I have an Aldi one.

    After 40 plus years of upside Down maintenance I didn’t realise the joys of being able to adjust gears, disk pads the right way up.

    Like a lot of tools you wonder why you didnt get one earlier.
    Like motorcycle ramps - make life easier
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