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    Need the name and where they sell it

    Hi have been looking for ways to put my TNT899 on paddock stand. Found this on internet but I don't know what are the name and where to buy it. Anybody know?
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    For my Tre-k i bought the bobbins where the bobbin spindle goes through the centre hole of the adjusters and found it ok. They are on ebay but i stress it says for The-k so not sure if they would fit the TNT.

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    How about these... .. hope they still make them.
    https://www.evotech-rc.com/product/9...ort#ad-image-0

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    If you only wanna lift the bike to put tyre warmers on for a track day, any type of bobbin mount will suit.

    But one of the most common reasons for lifting the rear of the bike off the ground is to remove the rear wheel. So any bobbin attachment that bolts onto any part of the rear axle assembly (including the clamping bolts for the eccentric adjuster) is not much help. The type that clamps around the swing arm is the better option by far. They're a bit ugly but I guess you can remove them once you've done your tyre change.

    I got around he issue on my Tre-K by fitting a centre stand.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rick67 View Post
    How about these... .. hope they still make them.
    https://www.evotech-rc.com/product/9...ort#ad-image-0
    yes they still selling them,butt only to order by email

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    TreK Centre Stand?

    Quote Originally Posted by Sprocket View Post

    I got around he issue on my Tre-K by fitting a centre stand.
    Sprocket, you have a Trek centre stand! Please tell me more. I desperately want one but did not think it was possible to fit one with the stock exhaust pipe. Could you please post pictures of this thing I have only dreamt about?

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    Hmm yes interesting

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    Home made this one ..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Redbaron57 View Post
    Sprocket, you have a Trek centre stand! Please tell me more. I desperately want one but did not think it was possible to fit one with the stock exhaust pipe. Could you please post pictures of this thing I have only dreamt about?
    Anything is possible if you think about it long enough!

    I posed pictures before but here they are again. I made it myself. The whole thing including pivots and return springs is carried by a sub-frame that runs across the bike above the exhaust pipe. The sub-frame attaches to the footrest mounting bolts on each side. There is no modification to any part of the bike's structure, so it's a bolt-on kit that's fully reversible. I didn't take any photos during the fabrication process. It doesn't affect cornering clearance when retracted.

    Not sure whether my exhaust is original or not (I'm at least the third owner of the bike). The muffler is non original but I'm not sure about the rest of the system. Anyway, I'm sure the basic design could be worked around any exhaust system. I suppose I could make another if my arm was twisted hard enough, but couldn't guarantee a perfect fit if your exhaust is different. I suppose I could un-bolt it and take photos of the components, and maybe do some drawings.
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