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Chiang Rai Saddlebags - StanditChiang Rai Saddlebags is currently looking for Thailand dealers for the One Armed Standit motorcycle maintenance stand. This is a good seller and receives high praise from users. Good markup / profit is available for the seller. They offer these items through there retail outlet at 1,000 baht each. For interested dealers, they offer two tier pricing, based on quantity order. Order from 5 to 9 stands and receive a substantial discount. Order 10 or more and receive a deeper discount. Same day shipping is available. Start stocking these today and let them contribute to your bottom line. These stands have been an important player in our yearly sales figures and we think they will be for you as well. We use the following paragraphs in our retail ads and you are welcome to copy them and let the descriptions work for you. We would love to remove the “sold in the far north of Thailand exclusively by Chiang Rai Saddlebags” wording from these ads and see them marketed throughout the country. Contact us today to get started.

Welcome to the One Armed Standit, sold in the far north of Thailand exclusively by Chiang Rai Saddlebags. This device is made from polished stainless steel. Every biker should have one in his saddlebag, tank bag or tail bag. The simple design allows the biker to raise the rear wheel of the motorcycle and keep it raised, while performing chain maintenance and lubrication, tire changes or repairs and axle/chain adjustments. The One Armed Standit was marketed to us as the perfect tool for maintaining the rear of the Versys motorcycle and that it is. But it works equally well on a Honda Dream, a Phantom and most other motorcycles. Simply apply the front brake and wrap the Velcro strap around the front brake grip and the accelerator hand grip. This locks the front wheel and stops the bike from rolling as you lift the bike. With the kickstand down, lean the bike over further onto the kickstand and watch as the rear tire clears the ground. Slide the height adjustable stand under the frame on the right side of the bike and lower the bike onto the One Armed Standit. You’re done!! The rear tire and wheel are free to turn, the chain can be rolled forwards or backwards for ease of inspection and lubing and the axle can be adjusted to tighten the chain or to make the real wheel run true.

The telescoping inner rod can be set free with the pull of a pin and then slid in or out to the perfect height for your model of motorcycle and re-pinned in pre-drilled holes. The stainless steel barrel is more than strong enough to hold your motorcycle and will give years of service without wearing out. The device is lightweight, takes up almost no room in your bags and sooner or later, will be the device that saves the day on one of your trips. Don’t get caught out there without it. It is the best portable motorcycle maintenance purchase you will ever make. SPECIAL! With individual one Armed Standit purchases, we supply one free 200ml can of Veloil Motorcycle Chain Lube. Lubing or cleaning your chain before or after each long run will never be easier.

Contact Chiang Rai Saddlebag

Kymco ThailandKymco sincerely welcome you in a variety of joint ventures with our Enterprise, and we invite you to join us in paving our promising two-wheel future in Thailand. Contact us if you interested in becoming Kymco distributor for Thailand
Motorcycle ImmobilizerThe manufacturer of the “Australian made” Budget Motorcycle Immobilizer is looking for a business partner in Thailand for distribution. Motorcycle Thailand tested the device, The Budget Motorcycle Immobilizer and found that it's good product. The Australian build Immobilizer may seem expensive for some business people in Thailand, but not forget the Thai-Aussie Free-Trade-Agreement. Contact Mr. Errol Corby
Do you have opportunities for the Thai motorycle market, email us Opportunities@corp.motorcycle.in.th
Last Updated Monday, 12 March 2012 @ 01:13 AM ICT 
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