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  1. #11
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    Looks nice!
    Im thinking of making a "bottom" like yours so can get better acsess to the engine. With my stand on the working bench it to high to get an easy acsess.
    I made up a bunch of new stands wich are a bit smother. The first one does not alow to mount on the engine with the swing arm still in the engine. The new one does, wich makes it easy to work with. Just remove the exhaust and the you can strip the bike and just leave the engine in the stand.
    See if i can get som photos during the weekend.

    Cheers
    Thomas

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    Since I had to take the engine out again I decided to finnish my mk2 engine stand. First one hade a too big axle and the the swing arm had to be removed before it could be fitted to the engine.

    This is the new one and theres enough space to put it on without remove the swing.

    Cheers
    Thomas

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    Recently got these engine brackets from a guy, lives not to far from me, who is making and selling them on ebay - for those who don't want to make their own. About 35 for the brackets and mounting plate and then got the Clarke stand for about the same.

    Mounts the engine very firmly and well made.

    Johnny
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    Thomas --> Could you please make new pics in order to update the topic ???

    Johnny ---> It would be interesting to know if your contact still make and sell your black engine stand !!! ... ???

    Phil911

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    Yepp!
    first version. the "hub" (?) is a bit big on this.



    Cheers!
    Thomas

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    Mark 2




    Cheers!
    Thomas

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    That looks very neat Thomas.

    Steve R

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    Thanks Thomas !!!

    The yellow one would highly satisfied me !!! ...

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    Well, I made another bracket/adaptor to suit this engine...
    Last edited by hauge; 04-30-2015 at 03:26 PM.
    Cheers!
    Thomas

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    If there is enough interest (at least 5 or so). I can check with a local guy what the cost be to make a bunch up.
    A rough guess is if he could make 10 they could probably be made for around 100 eur incl powder coating.
    Cheers!
    Thomas

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