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Offline RoyC

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Interesting sidestand
« on: 21.08. 2018 14:08 »
Just had an email with this on. 
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Re: Interesting sidestand
« Reply #1 on: 21.08. 2018 14:15 »
Looks a good idea, is there a version that fits the other side?  *doubt*
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Re: Interesting sidestand
« Reply #2 on: 21.08. 2018 14:22 »
is there a version that fits the other side?  *doubt*

Right hand versions are out of stock.  ;)
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Re: Interesting sidestand
« Reply #3 on: 21.08. 2018 16:02 »
No right hand trees left.
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Re: Interesting sidestand
« Reply #4 on: 21.08. 2018 16:43 »
I like that, to stop the Norton leaking I have to put it on the centre stand (side stand to much lean) and with that I could adjust it to more upright and use it on gravel/grass etc. One question what are the bolts above and below the hole
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Re: Interesting sidestand
« Reply #5 on: 21.08. 2018 16:48 »
One question what are the bolts above and below the hole

I would guess, to stop the wood from splitting.
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Re: Interesting sidestand
« Reply #6 on: 21.08. 2018 18:28 »
One question what are the bolts above and below the hole

I would guess, to stop the wood from splitting.
I wood agree!
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Re: Interesting sidestand
« Reply #7 on: 21.08. 2018 21:12 »
A few good points. You won't ride off forgetting to put the stand up. Fits down your jacket as a chest protector. Easily removed from jacket and hurled at offending cars.
Cheers
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