We pulled my Sapphire out of the bike trailer to get to toby's bike so we could pull his ECU unit. I got his ECU out just fine no worries no issues no problems (this is why he has me do the fiddly stuff lol)
We were pulling my girl back into the trailer when the wooden ramp we use split and she started slipping on the ramp end and went sideways... Toby did his best but everything was working against him and she wound up on her right side just far enough to trigger the lean angle kill switch.
Poor Toby weighs 132 lbs soaking wet with sand in his pockets and there is no way he was going to be able to hold up 800lbs of bike... he kept her from going completely horizontal and I got under her and started hefting using the passenger back rest. tricky to get her upright in mud and wet grass, on a slope... I Had him make sure the kickstand was down before we started, and then held her up while he got a board to put under the kickstand...
we fixed the ramp then took stock. She is fine, started right up. Some pretty nasty scratches on the lower edge of the hard bag on that side that will need fixing but other then a bit of mud here and there, she will be fine. I was more worried about him hurting his back trying to keep her from touching mud... told him to just gently let her go she would only go so far.
So I have paid my yearly dues to the scratch n dent God... Toby was upset, muttering about scratching up my new baby. I told him same thing he tells me when I worry about scratching his baby "We can fix it, shit happens"
Now he is sitting there muttering "your bike is $&%*ing heavy... " lol I did mention that to him when we bought her