No. Once jacked up, your motorbike cannot fall off the stand. Thanks to precisely fitting components, the Bursig Center-Lift Stand wedges into the motorbike and you can move it or even load it on the central stand without hesitation. Make sure that the bolts are inserted into the mounting points as far as they will go.
To be able to continue using the Bursig Center-Lift Stand for the next motorbike, you only need to purchase the matching adapter plate.
You then mount this on your Bursig Center-Lift Stand.
You can use your Bursig Center-Lift Stand for several motorbikes. Before use, simply change the model-specific adapter plate mounted on the stand.
We will be happy to check whether the Bursig Center-Lift Stand can be used with a different footrest system or other modifications to your motorbike. Please contact us via our e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org and send us pictures of the modified position.
Regularly grease the main column at the height of the slider with a universal grease. This ensures that the slider continues to slide smoothly. You can maintain the bolts and the frame sleeve with a universal or mechanical oil. Be careful not to use oil on the main column, only grease. Of course, you can wash your motorbike when it is jacked up on the Bursig Center-Lift Stand. Dry the Bursig Center-Lift Stand well afterwards to achieve the longest possible service life.
There is a QR code on each Bursig Center-Lift Stand which, when scanned, will take you to a detailed assembly video for your individual model. If you have only ordered a new adapter plate, this QR code can be found on the enclosed adjustment sketch. If you still need assistance, please contact us or have the frame sleeve fitted by a specialist workshop.
You can’t find your model or year of manufacture in the shop? Please feel free to contact us.
Please contact us regarding the respective mounting points on your motorbike.
Yes. The high-quality castor set rolls smoothly over wider joints, dirt and cracked asphalt. Driveways and garages with hard crossings are usually no problem.