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post #1 of 24 (permalink) Old 09-20-2020, 02:31 PM Thread Starter
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Rolling rear stand

Anyone have any experience with one of those rear stands you can roll around ? Not even sure they make for the FJR ,but would definitely make my life easier ...

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Isn't there some kind of center stand "lazy susan"?


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I have one, and it works well. I had never used it for the FJR though. My previous bike I put rear sliders on. Have a front one also.

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Bounce , I had one of those , it was impossible to get the bike up on it . I was talking about a stand by a company called Dynamoto made in Australia . It's like a swingarm stand that rolls in all directions. Unfortunately I spoke to the rep ,they don't make one for the FJR .
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Bounce , I had one of those , it was impossible to get the bike up on it . I was talking about a stand by a company called Dynamoto made in Australia . It's like a swingarm stand that rolls in all directions. Unfortunately I spoke to the rep ,they don't make one for the FJR .
That's pretty danged slick!

https://www.dynamotousa.com/

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Bounce , I had one of those , it was impossible to get the bike up on it . I was talking about a stand by a company called Dynamoto made in Australia . It's like a swingarm stand that rolls in all directions. Unfortunately I spoke to the rep ,they don't make one for the FJR .


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The Dynamo is a bit spendy but nice idea (finally).... betcha one could rig up something for a lot less...
I know a guy who bought a large lazy susan thing from Home Depot and just uses that to spin the bike, but I don't think you can slide it across the floor.

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I've used one of the Park N Move units with four FJR's and two BMW's. The one I have I've used continually since the early 2000's. Not sure if it's what you had in mind but here's the link.

https://www.legalspeeding.com/products.htm

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I use this one I am pretty satisfied
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SGOAT .. I had that one , couldn't get my bike on it , finally did and didn't feel secure plus the wheels didn't lock . Maybe it was defective , but it wound up costing me $50 to return it (price was $150). I found this one on Walmart (Amazon has it for the same price) for $65. shipped . I'll post an update after I try it out .
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