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Thread: Clarke strong arm clm5.

  1. #11
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    Re: Clarke strong arm clm5.

    Could maybe be swayed that way, if they’re that good? Or ConStands do a similar sort of thing, but again no idea what they’re like. Anyone used one?

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    Re: Clarke strong arm clm5.

    Looks ok. As said they don't lift that high but good for getting all the wheels up.

    If you get a cheap workshop seat as well the two combined make life a lot easier - I bought one off ebay for under 20 quid. The seat base was a bit thin so I put an extra layer of MDF under it when I bolted it together and stands up well to garage abuse.

  3. #13
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    Re: Clarke strong arm clm5.

    Think that may be the way to go then. I’ll probably go with abba for the sake of £30 difference, unless someone comes along with another option or has used the constands one.

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    Re: Clarke strong arm clm5.

    Quote Originally Posted by martyp View Post
    Think that may be the way to go then. I’ll probably go with abba for the sake of £30 difference, unless someone comes along with another option or has used the constands one.
    I bought a constands one and it was aptly named (the quality was shite) so it went back


    Think Kev (mac hagar type) has one tho
    What Goes Around..........!!!

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    Re: Clarke strong arm clm5.

    Quote Originally Posted by martyp View Post
    Any other good options?
    All here sir

    https://abbastands.co.uk/
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  6. #16
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    Re: Clarke strong arm clm5.

    Looks like the abba could be the winner then!
    Cheers.

  7. #17
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    Re: Clarke strong arm clm5.

    Quote Originally Posted by martyp View Post
    Looks like the abba could be the winner then!
    Cheers.
    This be my abba and whilst I dont think the motoglide attachment is essential it doesn't half help if you are tight on space

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  8. #18
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    Re: Clarke strong arm clm5.

    I know it is old school but it is always with you when needed.



    I paid 100 bucks for it used.

    If you have mo bikes Bursig gets good press up here.
    Polish onslaught

  9. #19
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    Re: Clarke strong arm clm5.

    Both look good, nowhere for a centre stand!
    So looks like the abba is the winner.

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