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tidy bike also like the simple stand any dimensions for

Lad, I dont remember what the size is on the stand. I just had some 3/4 " Ply left over and did some carving. I did something like 10" on the top and 15" on the bottom, tall enough to lift up the bike and a hand full of drywall screws to hold it together. A garage scrap stand. I did not want to wait for a stand to come through the mail.

Kevin

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My trusty RM 250 '05! The best bike I ever had!:devil:

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My Buddy's RMZ 250 '05:ride:

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My Rm 125 '99, don't use it anymore but I still have it resting in my garage!:thumbsup:

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I LOVE SUZUKIS!!!!!! 2 AND 4 STROKES:applause:

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Nice RM too bad it has a septic tank hanging behide the bars

I'd pick the septic tank over walking back to the truck any day.:thumbsup::devil::smirk:

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