Rocket Stand

VioTater

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Does anyone know who makes a stand for the rocket here in the usa? i checked and the web and yje only place i've found them is Jack Lilley and Busters in the uk but they want like 75 just to ship it states side.
 

vonbonds

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I have the motorcycle/atv lift from Sears and it works fine for the Rocket. I have used it a few times on the beast.
 

VioTater

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yep thats the same one Jack Lilley sells. I wonder if its worth making a few. I cant believe no one in the in the states makes one
 

mikev

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I wish someone would design a center stand that would bolt under the Rocket. If Honda can engineer a center stand to lift a Goldwing and a Valkarie, sombody ought to be able to design one for us... :D :D :D
 

vonbonds

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Pig9r said:
I use the rollastand on occasion..

http://www.hardlineproducts.com/products/rollastand.html

Is this the same one Jack Lilley sells?

http://www.advancedbikestands.co.uk/rocket111worksho.html


Vonbonds, I also have a Sears M/C jack but was wondering how to lift the Rocket with it. How do you do it?

I put the two skid pads under the engine if I want raise the front end and one skid pad under the engine and 1 under the black frame protrusion with the holes in them (know what I mean? :)) to lift the rear.
 

grandpa1

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have a look over at other forum under bronco50 and photo in member album. It works a treat.:p:D;)
 

grandpa1

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Sorry i just managed to place photo into my album in Grandpa1!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!



I hope you don't mind... I stuck it in here!!! Tomo
 
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