the best way to use an old puch swing arm!

and it works great !!! i can now run my bike on a stand again!!! and the piece-o-tube is a counter weight ...

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that would make a great wheel truing stand

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that also!

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fucking brilliant man!

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thank you.. iwas just looking around my box-o-parts and saw the old swing arm and i was trying to find a rear stand like the ones motorcycle's use and it dawned on me that it was the perfect width, height, and strength to hold a ped up wile its running.plus i love to use my welder!!! i also made a front tire holder with the other piece see to the right of the 3&4 pic.. it looks like the one matt has in his van but smaller;)

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wow, thats a pretty good idea!

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Why do you need a counterweight? Why not just weld the arm in the middle of the plate?

Great idea though!

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Ha, I just realized treehugger left himself logged in on this computer

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stolen!

welding it soon!

the best way to use an old puch swing arm!

Gunther McGillicutty /

Dude...friggin great idea. nice

I have low wooden bench where I work on my Maxi...I could just bolt it to that!

How are you liking the EBR swingarm? I have not had any issues ...yet. 8+ months and counting.

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i love my swingarm had for a couple months, and it holds up really well against my 200 lbs... and the counter weight is there because it makes me feel safer!

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Gunther McGillicutty /

how does the "swingarm" stand attach to your axle/swingarm on the bike? Does it just sit there? I just woke and boked and looking for a morning project!!!

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its holding up by the axle bolts,and sits on the little part where the lollypop's would go through..

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