OC Powerstand



 
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Description
 
The OC Powerstand is a display stand which quickly adjusts to accommodate most 1920 to 1980 vintage motorcycles. The stand is constructed of 1020 mild steel and has a beautiful brushed chrome finish.

The OC Powerstand comes with two quick release straps to secure the motorcycle in place. The base is adjustable to a center to center dimension of 16” for the vertical legs with the standard horizontal bar included. The optional longer base bar, which can be purchased separately, provides a width of 23” on center for the vertical legs if required. The vertical legs can be raised up to 14 ½ inches in height and turned 90° in just a few seconds, to accommodate many different mounting configurations such as, foot pegs, foot peg bases, frame tubes or frame cross bar members. The stand can also be used to support a motorcycle via the rear axle nuts or swing arm - visit the application page of the website for detailed photos.
  • The stand has a weight limit of 500 pounds. Please do not attempt to support motorcycles in excess of 500 pounds.
  • Do not at any time sit on a motorcycle supported by the OC Powerstand.
  • While the stand is extremely sturdy and stable, please still use caution when children are present.
The OC Powerstand only weighs 9 pounds, making it easily portable.

The OC Powerstand provides substantial stability for a motorcycle in a museum setting, an office, a garage, or on display at a show. The fit and finish are excellent and the OC Powerstand compliments any motorcycle restored or otherwise. To view the OC Powerstand in various configurations, click here.



Average Rating: 4.5 of 5 | Total Reviews: 5 Write a review »

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O C Powerstand May 7, 2015
Reviewer: Chris Trebon from Temecula, CA United States  
I have purchased two stands,the first stand is great ,the second stand however is not up to par with the first one! it appears that I received either two left sides or two right sides! My vintage Maico leans to the left ,I also had to do some light file work so the center bar would slid into the stand! The reason I think this is that the tie down tabs when the stand is together are both on the same side! As opposed to one on either side of the second stand I purchased! maybe this doesn't matter but I know my vintage Suzuki sits nice and straight,but my Maico leans left ! all in all a very nice stand!

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Bike Stands September 18, 2014
Reviewer: Orlando Lago from Plantation, FL United States  
AWESOME STANDS!!! GREAT SERVICE!!!

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Powerstand August 23, 2014
Reviewer: David Szalkowski from Springfield, MO United States  
Well made stand but the pading needs to be better . The previous owner of the bike used this stand and the bike has lots of scratches on the frame. Thinking of a modification.

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oc powerstand August 17, 2014
Reviewer: rick penno from jefferson city, MO United States  
Very nice stand,I will be ordering another one.Does Kelly have a early 1968 penton six days?I am getting ready to restore v032 and would like some pictures of a well done restoration for reference.
Thanks Rick Penno

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Very Happy Customer August 6, 2014
Reviewer: nealRlett from Los Angeles, CA United States  
Fantastic product. Using it on my 1971 BSA B50mx. Very solid and not to mention it's a great looking stand. I would buy more but then I would need more bikes!

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