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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 01-22-2016, 07:49 PM Thread Starter
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Centre Stand Removal

Hi guys. How do I remove my centre stand? I degoated and put some Harley muffs on and now I wanna chuck the stand (purely for looks, I have a jack for maintenance)........

I had a look last night and couldn't see any bolts or nuts holding it on. Does it have to be cut off?

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Should bolt on at the pivot point at the top where it mounts to the frame. Try cleaning it up a bit as a lot of dirt and grease accumulate there

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bolt and nut one side,safty pin other side.take spring out first,good trick is to fill gaps of spring with pennys when open
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good trick is to fill gaps of spring with pennys when open
Wish I had read this before removing mine, I simply cut the spring because I couldn't get it off.. )
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