#3658 Aerostich Center Stand Dolly

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Aerostich 1000 lb Center Stand Dolly

4 Review(s)
SKU: 3658

Availability: In stock


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Customer Reviews (4)

All That and More (Hello Dolly)Review by David
As others have said, a great product with incredible quality. It's a bonus knowing it is made in the US.

I agree with putting down adhesive backed tape in order to help you take you bike off the center stand because on my garage floor it has a tendency to slide forward when rocking my bike off the center stand.

I also had to put extra washers on each wheel so as to give it an extra lift to keep the stand from otherwise scrapping.

A well-made product and have recommended it to my friends who need the ability to maneuver their bike in tight spaces. (Posted on 6/15/18)
Great DollyReview by Kenneth
I am very happy with this product. It makes life so much easier in my small garage. The garage floor was poured a hundred years ago so it is understandably not perfectly flat in all places. I had to modify the dolly in order to get it off the floor just a bit. Easy to modify with four stainless steel 1/2 inch washers as spacers on each wheel. In regard to the dolly in general, I don't know why I had not bought one before. I (Posted on 8/4/17)
center stand dollyReview by steve
Well made product. My 1995 GSPD causes sag in the middle of the stand and contacts the floor. My 1981 Ducati center stand is offset to the rear of the bike so the balance is not centered and is difficult to turn the bike. (Posted on 3/4/16)
A time and space saver.Review by John
This has been around for years, but until I replaced my KTM 690 Duke with a Tiger 800, it really wasn't necessary. With the bigger bike, it really saves time parking the bike, and I can put it right close to the wall, saving space as well.

I did have to put some stair tread (adhesive backed coarse sand paper) material down to keep the wheels from sliding on the garage floor. That also helps when getting the bike off the center-stand after doing maintenance (not on the dolly), otherwise my center-stand slides on the floor.

Really useful. (Posted on 6/12/15)