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Bought an 06 'Wing three months ago and have fought the centerstand (unsuccessfully, I might add) every since. Today I watched a videofrom this forum and put it on the centerstand. I had to fight it some, but succeeded; and I know it will get easier as I do it more often. Kudo's to the forum. Jodie
 

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:waving:Hello and Welcome . Glad you were able to find some useful info . Please visit often . Enjoy the family atmosphere we try to keep here . :action:
 

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If you have it figured out but find it a little challenging, try adjusting your rear air pressuire up in your shocks. this will raise your bike & make it easier to pop it up!
Welcome to the forum!!!!!
 

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yes there is a way to do it. once you learn how its done --its not that hard to do.

oh----- wellcome to the site. i`m just up the street from you .also there is another menber of the forum that call lyons home. just click on lyons in your location to bring a list up. again---wellcome to the forum.
 

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I never could get mine on the center stand, pumped it to 40 lbs today and it went right up, heeeeeeeeeeehawwwwwwwwwwww
 

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Yeah, the guys here tried to explain to me how to do it, but I just wasn't getting it. Don't know how many times I dropped the bike trying to get it on the center stand. Then one of the members put up a video on Youtube, watched it, and went right out and set it up on the stand with no trouble at all. The old picture worth a thousand words thing...
 
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