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Old 01-21-2003, 06:27 AM   #1
Rob Cooley
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Bike Kick Stands

Now that we are headed for the beaches this summer I thought I would repost the bike stand idea.

This is not my original idea but found it works great. While at Myrtle Beach last Fall we had a problem with the bikes stand in the sandy sites. A camper stopped to look at the Montana and he had a golf ball on the end of the kick stand and the bike set there like a nice bike should. When we got home I drilled two golh balls and hamered them on the ends of the kick stands and it has really worked well on our other trips.

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Edited by - Rob Cooley on 03/23/2004 11:04:17 AM
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