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Would this work?

Would this work for our bikes?

I am trying to find an easier way to jack up the bike to service the chain besides using the spools.

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Nope. There’s no frame under the Vulcan S to rest that on. I could easily use it under my 800C, but not the Vulcan S. There’s only engine and pipes to put that under and that equals damage. There’s not even a place to put a jack under there. Get yourself some Venom stands or Pitbull.

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Nope. There’s no frame under the Vulcan S to rest that on. I could easily use it under my 800C, but not the Vulcan S. There’s only engine and pipes to put that under and that equals damage. There’s not even a place to put a jack under there. Get yourself some Venom stands or Pitbull.
I figured that much. I already have the venom stand but it's just a pain to setup compared to this stand.

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I have the pit bull rear stand and it's really great but a real pain to connect to the spools. I mailed it a wheel chock and when I put the front wheel in it it works much better
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