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Who has a jack like that but not a rear stand?? Fuck, I don't own hydraulic jack at all, but I have 3 rear stands lol
It doesnt have to be a bottle jack. Any kind of jack will work. Most people already have one in their car.
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A bottle Jack is about as compact as you can get a lifting gizmo to be.'... I can understand why, in an apartment.....

But I'd still use the tip and spin approach rather than balance a bike that way. Not all that stable imho.
Well its only gonna be up in the air for about 5 mins while u lube it. And if it does end up falling off the jack its only gonna fall about a quarter or half an inch. Theres no risk of the bike tipping over cause it will still be leaning on the kickstand.
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