From:DR. Pepper Electronic:wysongslkpan-A-yahoo.com
Subject:RE: RE: RE: work stand Date:Tue Sep 27 14:04:37 2011
Response to:16380
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This worked very well for me,sorry I need to make 3 post but I tried to catch all angles.I started off with a bare frame and just keek adding parts untill bike was 100% finished,even ran it and checked for leaks while it was still on stand before it hit the ground.
I HIT THE GROUND RUNNING and ready to Race

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Could someone please send me a picture or sketch of a good work stand I can make to hold an ST165 so I can remove the wheels, or at least one at a time? I have tried some things on my own with not good results. Every time I pull a wheel I end up repainting the frame. I guess I have a mental definicy when it comes to work stands. Please help.