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tankyuong
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PostSubject: using a motorcycle jack   Wed 15 Jul 2009, 15:20

Is there a certain place to place the motorcycle jack on the swing?Too much tupperware underneath.
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PostSubject: Re: using a motorcycle jack   Sun 19 Jul 2009, 06:42

tankyuong,

Did you get an answer to this question?

I have lifted the front and used blocking materials placed under the front edge of the fairing of the scoot to keep it in the air and remove/replace the front wheel.

As always the center stand should be down and the bike supported so it will not fall over.
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PostSubject: Re: using a motorcycle jack   Sun 19 Jul 2009, 22:26

Thanks for the reply jdeer, I heard you can use a piece of wood.
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PostSubject: Re: using a motorcycle jack   Mon 20 Jul 2009, 03:27

I used a jack with a block of wood when i did the bearings (with the center stand down)
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