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4.3 out of 5 4.3 (4 reviews)

FMF Step Up Bike Stand

 
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Made of a lightweight cast aluminum platform that won't flex or bend. The rubber topped platform is adjustable and it extends from 12.5" to 16" so it's great for mini's or the big 4 strokes.

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FMF Step Up Bike Stand
 
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2.0

Some grinding required

By Barry

from Cockeysville, MD

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      Comments about FMF Step Up Bike Stand:

      Perch on the aliuminum base for the pivot bracket was not shaped correctly to allow the arm to come down completely. In turn the holes for the bracket lock pin wouldn't line up. After 15 mins of grinding with a battery operated dremel. I've attahced the images I sent to FMF. They responded that the product is made by a vendor and FMF just puts their name on it.. Doesn't say much for the FMF name and quality control.

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      5.0

      bike stand review

      By trailrider

      from Houston, TX

      Comments about FMF Step Up Bike Stand:

      we have a CFR230 and XR70. The lift is very helpful when adjusting chain, or when either of the wheels need to be removed. Still requires a second person to stabalize the bike when you need to torque down an axle. Negates the need to have to lift a large bike up on a stand. Very handy tool for performing maintenance on the bike. Would recomend to anyone.

       
      5.0

      Well Made Stand

      By mojave1

      from hesperia ca

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      • Easy To Use

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        • Off-Road

        Comments about FMF Step Up Bike Stand:

        Easy to lift bike and let it down,fits under my KTM nice and looks nice. Not a cheap wobble stand. When the bike is up its very stable.

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        5.0

        Well made

        By mojave1

        from hesperia ca

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            • Off-Road

            Comments about FMF Step Up Bike Stand:

            Holds bike up no wobble,easy up or down.Looks great under my KTM.

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            • Q:

              what is the weight of this stand?
              Asked on 1/10/2010 by Cinda

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                A:

                Thanks for your question! Unfortunately FMF is not providing us with the weight of the FMF Step Up Bike Stand but we will work on getting that information from you, once we do we will get this posted on the site.

                Answered on 1/11/2010 by SalesDepartment
            • Q:

              Lowest Height Supported by Stand

              What is the lowest height supported before lifting? Guessing from the specs, it looks like the bike needs a clearance of 12" to get under the bike. What is the lowest clearance, and how does it lift (foot pedal?)? Is it mechanical or hydraulic pump lift?

              Reason for asking is because for a 750cc cruiser, you can often have no more than 4-6" clearance to start with, and brute force lifting up to 12" sounds ugly.
              Asked on 11/27/2009 by Don604

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                A:

                Thanks for your question! With the FMF Step Up Bike Stand that your looking at this is made for most dirtbike models, the clearance when dropped is going to be about 12" that is correct. A great stand for street models would be the Torin Big Red Motorcycle Jack in the link below.

                http://www.bikebandit.com/torin-big-red-motorcycle-jack

                Answered on 11/27/2009 by SalesDepartment
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