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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 10-14-2013, 07:41 PM Thread Starter
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Low rider center stand

I was wondering what you folks who have lowered your bikes have done as far as the center stand? Hate to just remove it, I was thinking of cutting it down, or is there one that would swap from another type of motorcycle?
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I thought about cutting it down, but it's not something that gets used a lot & I've got a jack. Another member on here has mine &I hope it's working well for them.

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i just left mine on, when I need to work on the bike, i ride up onto a 2X6, then drop the centerstand then remove the block of wood.
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When I put my Streetglide muffs on, I removed it.....it kept scraping the ground as it wouldnt come up far enough...would prolly work with my fishtails, but aint gonna bother....I rarely miss it....



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i just left mine on, when I need to work on the bike, i ride up onto a 2X6, then drop the centerstand then remove the block of wood.
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