Workstand instructions/pictures

What's needed to build per workstand:

two sheets of 3/4 inch plywood (20/32nd will work however, even tho my 660lb Concours works just fine), but for if you want to use the sidestand I recommend this be used for lighter bikes, using the centerstand is no problem with this thiner board and I just double up with a small sheet under the center stand, even for the Connie for that I've had good success with just having a second piece of 20/32nd board about 12" wide and 24" long to set the sidestand on.) one lb box of 1 1/4 inch drywall screws per bench being build one small bottle of woodglue. 12 2" hinges if you want it to fold down (strongly recommended) saw (table preferred, tho you _could_ do it with a hand or jig saw) hammer screwdriver drill

Who:

Whoever. If you wanna build one, or just know somebody else that does, it's EASY!

Request:

I have one small request. If you _do_ build a workstand, I'd like to know about it. If you could send a pic that would be great, if not no big deal. I just like to know how far and wide the plans spread and to know that people are getting good use out of all the effort it took to assemble all details to enable others who may not be as experienced with woodworking on how to build their workstand. :) Thanks!

Cutting Instructions:

Click here for cutting Instructions


Assembly Instructions:

Click here for assembly Instructions

eDrawings:

eDrawings are executables that allow you to view the workstand in 3D without owning a CAD program. All the parts and assembly are included:
BikeRamp.exe
BikeRampParts.exe
Layout image

Images:


Side view
Top View
Ramp
Layout image








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