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    Quote Originally Posted by sumo View Post
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    Furthermore, in the area is a block that the front brake line and ABS sensor wire are connected to and is right in the way even if they gave me a 23. To make it work I would need to extend the length of the pin such as shown the 48 mm extension would allow the lift to clear the brake hose block.
    Sumo did you have to do anything special to bypass the block? On the 700S the block and assorted hoses seem to be in the way and I don't see an easy way to re-position them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by potter0o View Post
    Sumo did you have to do anything special to bypass the block? On the 700S the block and assorted hoses seem to be in the way and I don't see an easy way to re-position them.
    No I did not modify the bike, only the pin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by potter0o View Post
    Sumo did you have to do anything special to bypass the block? On the 700S the block and assorted hoses seem to be in the way and I don't see an easy way to re-position them.
    Boing!

    I have to take the front wheel out and my 700x doesn't have a centre stand, so I wondered if my triple tree stand would fit? Searching found me this thread and I saw your comment and had a quick look at mine and the bock does look like it will be in the way? Anyone else using a triple tree stand?

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    If I recall correctly the block has a screw when removed allows it to be separated. I used the head tube stand to remove my forks to replace the oil.

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    Yup. Managed to get the bike on the stand by removing the bolt and moving the brake pipes out of the way. Need two people to get it on the stand though, but well worth it.

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    I would strongly recommend against using a front stand without a rear stand (or I suppose center stand)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Junkie View Post
    I would strongly recommend against using a front stand without a rear stand (or I suppose center stand)

    Me too, but i couldn't find the swinging arm holders and it had bobbin hook in there. I was very careful and even kept my dogs in!!
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