Aussiegazza Posted February 3, 2013 Share Posted February 3, 2013 I have been contemplating trying to lower the centrestand after lowering the bike 1". Looking at the centrestand, I see that: 1. The centrestand crossbar fits into a groove in the exhaust; and 2. The foot lever is on the very end of the centrestand and JUST clears the rear of the left foot pedal mount. I feel therefore to shorten the centrestand, you must: 1. Do the shortening AFTER the crossbar, this will make the foot lever hit the pedal mount. 2. Angle the foot lever further back (and possibly lengthen it) to clear the foot pedal and ensure that the lever's 'stop' hits the correct spot on the bike. My questions are: 1. would the foot lever hit the ground before the stand is fully in place? and 2. anyone done this? Garry Link to comment
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