1800 Sidestand


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1800 Sidestand

Postby LouG » Fri Sep 30, 2011 8:02 pm



Is there another sidestand available for the GL1800 that requires less of an angle between bike and road?



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Re: 1800 Sidestand

Postby FlyBoy2121 » Sat Oct 01, 2011 7:07 am

I LouG

He did not have much company that manufactures side stand for GoldWing, Kuryakyn in a factory, for the length you should ask them.

Go to see CycleMax , and WinfStuff.

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Re: 1800 Sidestand

Postby dragon2000 » Sat Oct 01, 2011 8:49 am

FlyBoy2121 wrote:I LouG

He did not have much company that manufactures side stand for GoldWing, Kuryakyn in a factory, for the length you should ask them.

Go to see CycleMax , and WinfStuff.

FlyBoy2121


There are a couple of options contained at the Wing Stuff web link below.

http://wingstuff.com/pgroup_list/gl1800/235_goldwing_kickstand_rideoff/des/

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Re: 1800 Sidestand

Postby FlyBoy2121 » Sat Oct 01, 2011 9:52 am

I Dragon 2000

This adress too http://www.cyclemax.com/1800_chrome?cmx=117&start=100

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dragon2000 wrote:
FlyBoy2121 wrote:I LouG

He did not have much company that manufactures side stand for GoldWing, Kuryakyn in a factory, for the length you should ask them.

Go to see CycleMax , and WinfStuff.

FlyBoy2121


There are a couple of options contained at the Wing Stuff web link below.

http://wingstuff.com/pgroup_list/gl1800/235_goldwing_kickstand_rideoff/des/

Steve

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Re: 1800 Sidestand

Postby yechave » Sun Oct 02, 2011 3:43 pm

I had ours modified over the past winter. I was finding it very difficult to refuel with a passenger on the back as well as parking the bike and just did not have the strength to lift it with the factory stand. Not sure quite how it was done but the ease of use is greatly enhanced with a 1" longer side stand. Just got a new pc that I am not familiar with or I would post a pic. I also carry various thicknesses of blocks on rope if I get into a situation that requires additional spacers. That got old pretty quickly and have not found the need for those since the side stand was extended. I was not able to find any other side stands that were offered with the extension from any other vendors.

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Re: 1800 Sidestand

Postby yechave » Sat Oct 29, 2011 5:59 pm

Anyone tell me how to get an e-mail pic using Windows 7 to post here? I can forward the pic to someone if they care to try. Thanks!

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Re: 1800 Sidestand

Postby LouG » Sat Oct 29, 2011 6:17 pm

Go back to the main forums and click on Announcements. One of the topics is how to post a picture. First, save the picture in your email to a file which will enable you to access it. Hope this helps!!

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Re: 1800 Sidestand

Postby yechave » Sat Oct 29, 2011 6:40 pm

When you're writing your message, you'll see two tabs below the text entry area that say "Options" and "Upload attachment". Click on the "Upload attachment" tab. You'll now see a "Browse" button. Click it and use it to select the picture file you want to include. Type a short description of the picture in the "File Comment" box (this will be show in the message under the picture), then click "Add the file."

You can do this several times if you want to add more than one picture to a message.

This will make the image(s) appear at the bottom of the message. If you want the image to appear in a specific place within the message, make sure the cursor is where you want the image to appear, then click the "Place inline" button next to the image you want to insert. You will see something like this in the message:

[ attachment=0]imagename.jpg[ /attachment]

When the image is viewed (or previewed), this text will be replaced with the actual image.

Image file type mismatch: expected extension jpg but extension gif given.


I will e-mail the pic if someone wants to post the pic of the sidestand extension. Having power outages at the moment, may not be able to reply.

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Re: 1800 Sidestand

Postby WingAdmin » Mon Oct 31, 2011 11:27 am

yechave wrote:Anyone tell me how to get an e-mail pic using Windows 7 to post here? I can forward the pic to someone if they care to try. Thanks!


It's pretty easy. Have a look at Adding pictures to your message for instructions.




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