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Just like it says, I'm still looking for a maintenance stand I saw once at a shop. They were manufactured by someone in Carson City & were made of what appeared to be 2"x4" square aluminum tubing. It consists of two runners running on edge, connected by a bunch of cross pieces, sitting on their sides and looks like this thing on steroids.

Anyone ever seen the one I'm looking for (not this one)?
 

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The one with the Yami R1LE looks photoshopped dont it hahaha. Looks like the people from powerstands choped in their stands and table LOL
 

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No, the one I saw was more like taking two 2 x 4's, laid parallel on edge & connecting them with 8" long pieces of the same 2 x 4, laying flat. The spacing was about 4" apart so it ends up looking like a really narrow ladder. I think it also had a wheel clamp on the front end & attachments available so you could use a standard bike stand(s) with it.
 

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W00t! Eureka! or whatever. I finally found the stand I was looking for. It looks like this one

and I got it here. Nice produce and a simple but effective wheel clamp that can be removed in minutes. I'm waiting to hear back from him regarding the additions which will allow the use of regular stands with it but otherwise, I'm stoked. The one I got was a shop's demo unit & had the addition of a set of locking casters on the legs. Looking forward to getting to use it for the first time. Guess I'll still need to get me a truck ramp to use it. Unless I'm feeling frisky enough to just lift up the back up once the bike is ramped on it.
 

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They do offer a clip-on tray for the stand. Plus, the height of the stand (and the lack of lift mechanism) allows for a small roll-around cart to slide right under it. I'm looking forward to actually using it.
 
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