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I saw a thread/product that was for jacking up fallen over bikes with a pole/strap thing carried on the bike, don't remember anything abut it to help me search for it, Old stoneseat has no place on the frame for installing crash bars, and is too heavy and falls too flat for me to pick it up, so I want to buy the device and carry it. Anyone remember the name of the thread or the name of the device?
 

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thanks Daris, but wrong one, and this one won't work as I would have to tunnel under the bike to find a place to attach the hook
 

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May I recommend:
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Or this?
I recently bought a "Motowinch", (a jack for solo-righting a fallen bike). It's made in and mailed from The Netherlands, (Noraly's home country).
Very good quality. I have it under the seat but haven't needed it yet.
I recently dropped my Burgman 650 on it's side, (I was stationary and no damage), on a lonely road late at night and had to wait an hour before a passing motorist helped me right it.
So I searched for a portable jack to help in those situations.
Here is a video of the MotoWinch in use:
 

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Are these things patented?:unsure:
Which got there first?
Just curious.
Probably not or we would see a reversed engineered Chinese Knock Off at half the price.馃く
 

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