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post #31 of 37 (permalink) Old 01-25-2007, 04:39 PM
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Ditto Christine....it makes life so much easier. Anyone want a centre stand?
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Thanks to everyone for welcoming me into the wing forum. The landing gear instruction request came up empty. Thanks to all that tried to help.
My dad and I just put our wings side by side and made the change, so far so good. Thanks again.
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The Ride-Off stand is really just a shortened main stand. The rear wheel stays on the ground all the time.

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Check out the following link. I think this is what yous guys are looking for. They have systems for the 1500 and 1800's as well as an interesting product for harleys.

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The BMW K1200LT has one so why not the Goldwing. Here's little demo video from their site. Electro-Hydraulic Stand Demo

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Just had a try on one and it is brilliant, lifted with me and the missus on the bike effortlessly

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The BMW K1200LT has one so why not the Goldwing. Here's little demo video from their site. Electro-Hydraulic Stand Demo

John
Just had a try on one and it is brilliant, lifted with me and the missus on the bike effortlessly
This is what I wanted to retro fit to Baby a couple years ago but at a cost of over $1500.00cdn I didn't feel it was worth it. I shaved my saddle instead and got thicker soled boots & that did the trick.:coold evil:


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How did you get the old stand off? I'm having trouble with the bolt on the left (port) side. (2008 Goldwing)

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