Centerstand


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Noppes
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Location: Berlin, Berlin, Germany
Motorcycle: GL 1200 Interstate

Centerstand

Postby Noppes » Sat Jul 28, 2012 12:57 pm



Hello

I am from Germany and drive an 1986 Gl 1200 Interstate importet from New York 1995
Now i am looking for an elektrical center stand .



But it is imposibel too get one
now i am trying too get an answer in this Forum

Sorry about my poor english

Regards Noppes



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Possum51
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Location: Eatonton, Georgia
Motorcycle: 04 Harley-Davidson Road King

Re: Centerstand

Postby Possum51 » Mon Jul 30, 2012 7:49 am

from what I've heard and researched its a custom build for the GL1200's and not cheap at all around $500 US dollars if you can find one.
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wrightwing
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Motorcycle: ''87 GL1200 Interstate''

Re: Centerstand

Postby wrightwing » Mon Jul 30, 2012 5:07 pm

Lifting around 750 lbs plus, in a binding type situation, wonder how long that thing would last :?
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Redbirdseven
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Location: Springfield
Motorcycle: 1984 Honda Goldwing Interstate

Re: Centerstand

Postby Redbirdseven » Wed Aug 01, 2012 11:03 am

A couple of years ago I looked for this item and did not have any luck locating one. I could not find the person that built them. Sorry
Susan

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tom84std
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Motorcycle: '84 STD 1200
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Re: Centerstand

Postby tom84std » Wed Aug 01, 2012 1:16 pm

In 2002 I bought my first Goldwing. A '79 GL1000. It had a 'Drive-Off' stand installed and my wife and I rode that bike for some 30,000 miles in some wonderful adventures. That 'Drive-Off' stand was absolutely effortless to get onto as well as get off of. I could put the bike onto the stand while astraddle effortlessly. As the name implies, getting it off the stand was as easy as just putting it into gear and starting off. Might something like that be even better than a power centerstand? not to mention less complicated and cheaper. Now I have an '84 STD but I still miss that 'Drive-off' stand. Good luck!




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