Under Fork Stand Powder Coated AS3005
Front Stand Chrome AS3105
Front Stand Chrome AS3105
Part Number AS3005 powder coated,
AS 3105 chromed
We have now redesigned our front stand to work better and suit a wider
range of bikes. It lifts on the bottom of the fork legs, and allows the
removal of the front wheel. Fits almost all bikes.
It must be used in conjunction with a rear stand to ensure stability.
Under Fork Stand attachments
|The under fork front comes with 2 types of lifting attachments - PAD
type, and PIN type.
Under Fork Stand with Pad Type attachments
These are now a machined plastic block which pivots on a shaft, and
cups the end of the fork leg. Some bikes have axle pinch bolts on both
legs, and some have them on one leg only, so the length of the forks below
the axle centre varies. To accommodate this, the pivot shafts that
the blocks are mounted on are machined eccentrically, so by turning one
mount block 180 degrees they will sit at different heights to match the
Under Fork Stand with Pin Type attachments
This lifting attachment replaces our Under Caliper Mount Stand - with
this new model we can make one stand do both jobs. These attachments would
be used for bikes with radial mounted front brake calipers. They lift under
the structure attached to the fork leg which holds the brake calipers.
The calipers can still be removed.
This stand is height adjustable like our Universal rear stand.
There are a few models which this stand wonít work on - the BMW K1200 and
1300, as well as the pre-radial caliper MV Agustas. We have special front
stands to pick these bikes up.
STEERING HEAD LIFTERS
These stands lift under the bottom fork crown, so they allow the removal
of the forks as well as the front wheel. Like the other front stands, they
need the bike to be supported on a rear stand before using them.
MK3 AND MK4 STANDS
These will fit a large range of bikes. They both come with 7 different
sizes of lifting pin. There are 2 different height adaptors provided for
the lifting pin, and a third one available to order. Both stands have angle
adjustment built into the lifting arm, so clearance to the fairing is ensured.
Both stands also have height adjustment.
HOW DO THEY WORK?
They utilise a lifting arm with a pin which fits into the hole in the
bottom of the bikeís steering stem. Once the pin is inserted, the lifting
arm becomes like an extension of the bikeís frame - a stiff handle which
can be used to lift the front of the bike.
NOTE: The Ducati 748S is the only 8 valve Ducati which can use
the Mk3 and Mk4, as it has a hole in the bottom of the steering stem. All
other 8 valve models, (748R, 848, 916, 996, 998, 999, 749, 1098 and
1198) and all MV Agustas do not have a hole and so will need to
use the Mk5 stand.
Steering Head Lifter Mk3
Steering Head Lifter Mk3 fittings
Head Lifter Mk3
MK3 Part Number AS3028
This stand has a bottom lifting frame on wheels. Height adjustment
is achieved by moving the wheel axle bolts to a higher or lower hole.
Steering Head Lifter Mk4
Head Lifter Mk4
MK4 Part Number AS3004
This stand was designed to be more compact than the Mk 3. It is ideal
for use on bikes when up on a work bench, as nothing protrudes beyond the
front forks. The mk4 is also more compact for storage and transport.