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    I love my Abba stand. Like others have mentioned, it will lift the rear and the front of the bike if you purchase the super bike stand and all of the accessories. I would have never known about this lift, but it came with my 2014 cb1 in the unopened box from the previous owner, along with the huge service manual still in the shrink wrap. The bike had 122 miles on it and has 10 and 1/2 months warranty left on it. So I lucked out for the first time in my life. You can't go wrong with the abba. It is rock solid. It attaches to both sides of the frame and lifts forward and up. Just be careful on the way down to left foot your bikes side stand forward, as it does contact the side stand and retracts it straight out instead of forward where of course it needs to be. It is a great stand in all respects though. I am new here and want to thank everyone for all of the great posts. They have been very helpful! Cant sell my 919 yet, but absolutely loving the cb1!
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    I would like to have one of these..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tall Steve View Post
    I would like to have one of these..
    Abba Sky lift is even better, great bit of kit:-)

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    I've been eyeing up one of these stands, if not for the price i'd probably already have one. Also I don't see anything about it being collapsible when not in use and with my limited space i'd like one that does. So, that being said. Do you know of any other stands that are similar to bersig's? I've been scouring the internet only to find a hand full of stands like this and the closest I've come to exactly what I want is Constands which is almost impossible to purchase unless you're in the UK. Any, info you might have would be awesome. Also, very nice looking bike!

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    Its not what i would call '' collabsable '' but it simply can be taken apart into its separate parts and put either under a bench or even in a cupboard, i have the front lift arm and i can fit it all into a small ground floor unit i have, all out of the way, i can see the Skylift from Abba may be better but the stand is a lot less expensive and it does the job of getting all the wheels off the ground and uncompressing the suspension into the bargain.

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