(SOLD) Two Sets of Motorcycle Repair Equipment

Massive savings over the ‘brand new’ price are available on two essential motorcycle workshop repair items. Tri-Sphere presents a rare opportunity to buy two used but top quality motorcycle repair systems.

Accurately determine the extent of the damage to the bike frame using the Scheibner MAX electronic measuring system in less than 30 minutes. Then restore the frame to factory-built specification with a Globaljig MotoJig.

Globaljig MotoJig is one of the most precise jig repair systems on the market. It is the system preferred by motorcycle repair specialists around the world. Manufactured by Globaljig, one of the world’s leading manufacturers of chassis repair equipment, this used MotoJig model is supplied in excellent condition.

PreO.3This sale package includes:

1x Frame 2.5m
3x Crossbeam
6x Base blocks
1x set of brackets
1x set of wheels and carriers
1x set of headstock adaptors
1x Set of frame adaptors for electronic measuring system (if required)



Scheibner MAX
, uses lasers, cameras (supplied) plus sophisticated software (supplied) to quickly determine the economic viability of repairing any crash-damaged bike – without first having to strip it down. It leaves no doubt about the cost of the repair and is also an ideal system to confirm the integrity of second hand bikes being bought or sold.

IMG_2025 PreO.4This sale package includes:
1x U Bracket with Laser
1x Tool kit with accessories
1x Double target bracket
1x Single target bracket
1x Power supply
1x Carry Case

The Scheibner MAX electronic measuring system used in conjunction with Motojig is the ideal combination. Measure a motorcycle and check for damage after a collision by comparing it with manufacturer specifications from over 1300 different motorcycle models that are contained in the software. Alternatively, use the electronic measuring system in conjunction with the MotoJig. Assess the damage, then straighten the motorcycle frame while it is in the jig.

Enquire today!  Such massive savings are extremely rare.

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