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Put a piece of 2x4 under the feet of the center stand?If you do this, use a strap to keep the stand locked in so the bike does not roll off forward.
TJ , the leaning method will probably work on a Milly , NO WAY I lean my Jackal over far enough W/O dropping it . OUCH
My Guzzi manual says to get everything ready and then lean the bike to the right while still on the center stand. It's probably safest to have someone help you do that, so you can get it far enough over and maneuver the wheel out safely, but I think I could do it myself if I had to. It's worked fine both times I've had the rear wheel out, and my wife was able to do a good job as the assistant.
That's a tough job by yourself. You can't put the bike on the stand with the feet already on the 2x4, it's too heavy. And it's risky trying to "rock" the bike up onto the wood ....Thank goodness for the Stelvio! Up on the stand, four lug bolts, two caliper bolts, and the wheel drops off and rolls out from under the fender with no drama ..... I'm sort of spoiled now for those bikes you have to lay down or pick way up ...Lannis
Uh , OK , how do you keep the center stand from sinking . (Gotta get the emos working) Og , carry a piece of plywood . HA ! Dusty
If the wheels have a sufficiently deep bead area, go tubeless. Plug and go. Quit all this nonsense about hoists, 2x4s and wrestling the bike to the ground like calf ropers. WTF??
If the wheels have a sufficiently deep bead area, go tubeless. Plug and go. Quit all this nonsense about hoists, 2x4s and wrestling the bike to the ground like calf ropers. WTF??Ralph+
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