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Ok, I'll bite...

What is the EVPT Stand (HD-52734-1), that the service manual says is needed to lift the Livewire for servicing?
 

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EVPT stands for electric Vehicle Power Train
from what I could find, it's just a basic jack which will support the livelier as per the below jack support location (2 and 3):
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The "Fat Jack" seems to be the jack. I'm wondering if the EVPT stand is just a curved wider spreader to cradle the under carriage at the jack points.

But there is no info on it yet, anywhere that I can find.
 

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I talked to Livewire tech support.

The EVPT stand is a Harley shop tool that is used on a Fat Jack, to provide a level jacking surface at the jacking points. It is a plate and standoff pins, that provide a stable flat jacking surface.

Having just lifted the bike with a Fat Jack without the plate, I won't do that again without the tool or something that approximates it. The belly is too narrow and rounded to be stable on a jack alone.

Oh, the HD EVPT stand is a shop tool that is pricey and not generally available to end users. So, I'll prob be using track stands or improvising to lift the bike.
 
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