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your silly enough with what you have now let alone more things to play with

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I had a jap import 1500 a few years ago and it had 2 side stands on it ,problem was only one had the safety switches and I almost did myself an injury one day driving off with the right side one down , But really handy ,,Ciaran

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[align=center]Some of you cowboys will soonbe looking for a Steering Wheel [/align]
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[align=center]Some of you cowboys will soonbe looking for a Steering Wheel [/align]
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Hey now.......there's an idea for the triker's . LOL


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I'd be satisfied if they'd fix the friggin trunk

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1500 trunk works fine if you don't mind less power.

I guess we can agree on that then

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I did look to see if the side stand could be added to the right side on my GL1800. It would take lots of fabrication beyond my capabilities to make it work. The extra GL1800 stand would have to swing forward when up as it is and that would be dangerous when moving. A whole new stand would have to be fabricated in addition to adding a way to mount it on the right side.

The neatest stand that I have ever seen was at a local car & bike show a couple years back. The owner had a modified dealer bike display stand mounted to the front down tubes. When flipped up and locked it was a set of hi-way pegs, and when flipped down it acted like an extra wide center stand.

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I was only suggesting this as factory standard equipment. Some law enforcement motor officers dismount their bike from the right side. It may take some getting use to but some could find it useful in the right circumstances.
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For those who were at NASSIR I in Calhoun you might recall my 1100 with the European side stand .

Those at NASSIR VI may have noticed there is also one on my 94SE .

IT can be done . AS to the concern Wexy had ,no I havent worked up the saftey switch yet . I do hope to get that working also .

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