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Indianawantsme

GL1800 sidestand enlarger plate

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Indianawantsme
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 I got mine for $8.53 shipped and now it is $8.53 + $1.99 shipping.  Took 12 days.  

https://www.ebay.com/itm/162644369374

 

The picture just shows the top and doesn't show the large grooves on the bottom.       Set screw to lock it on.  

 It greatly increases the surface area hitting the ground and is 3/16" thick on the bottom which helps lengthen the side stand a little if you install new springs on your Wing that raises it up.   I won't have to stoop over to stick a plate under mine anymore and remember to pick it back up when leaving.

 

I am impressed how snug it fits on mine but i can still take it off if I ever want to.    

 

 

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Indianawantsme

I found a pic of the bottom.

side stand plate bottom.jpg

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Mountain Rider

I was looking at those a while back, but the description said it wouldn't work with floor boards, so I passed.  I'd love to add one.

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Galaxyhunter

Good concept but, With the grooves on the bottom,  there is less surface contact area.  This would lead to more sinking in on soft blacktop or other less then rock hard surfaces.

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terryj

I got one of the Bigfoot kickstands from a friend that converted his two wheels to three, it works great. 

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dadztoy

My foot doesn't have the grooves in it (sorry - no photo)

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