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post #1 of 21 Old 11-28-2018, 08:37 AM Thread Starter
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HONDA CENTERSTAND

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post #2 of 21 Old 11-28-2018, 08:39 PM
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These make rear shock removal a 5 minute job.

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This was one of the best things I've brought for my bike.
I did the mod which makes it quick to take off or put on.

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Hello Paul:

Sent you a PM.

Bought your windscreen last month - now interested in your centerstand.

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stand & manual

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post #7 of 21 Old 01-10-2019, 11:18 AM
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Is the center stand a Honda part?
Anyone know a part number?

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Is the center stand a Honda part?
Anyone know a part number?
The stand depicted is a bonafide Honda OEM part.
I can't find the paperwork for mine, otherwise I'd give you the P/N.
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But they are apparently no longer available, that's why I'm here, I need one.
Anyone want of get rid of one or know where to get one?

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But they are apparently no longer available, that's why I'm here, I need one.
Anyone want of get rid of one or know where to get one?
Suggest you also check out the current availability of the SW-MOTECH centre stand for the 919.

As for the OEM item, did you check at a bricks and mortar Honda dealer, as compared to web on line sellers?

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Didn't someone just post an aftermarket one for sale about a month ago?

I bring this up because on a classic mustang forum, someone posted a .PDF drawing of the parts needed to make adjustable perches for a classic mustang. Basically, you print out the .PDF drawing, trace the lines onto steel and weld it together and you have the part. These parts cost some $250 of you buy them or dirt cheap if you cut the steel and weld it yourself.

Why can't we do the same thing with that center stand that doesn't bolt onto the bike?

https://www.wristtwisters.com/forums...een-80833.html

Doesn't look that hard or expensive to make, just need some specs... Anyone have one that can take some measurements? Or maybe they come ready made for cheap?

Seems a great option to have a center stand that isn't bolted on all the time.

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Suggest you also check out the current availability of the SW-MOTECH centre stand for the 919.

As for the OEM item, did you check at a bricks and mortar Honda dealer, as compared to web on line sellers?

I'll try SW-Motech again, I think I looked at their website but it had problems of some sort so I gave up.


Haven't tried brick/mortar, but the dealers here in central Arkansas are not that big. There is one in Russellville (about an hour and a half away) that does pretty good sales wise so I might try them if I get out that way.


Thanks for the suggestions.

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Didn't someone just post an aftermarket one for sale about a month ago?

I bring this up because on a classic mustang forum, someone posted a .PDF drawing of the parts needed to make adjustable perches for a classic mustang. Basically, you print out the .PDF drawing, trace the lines onto steel and weld it together and you have the part. These parts cost some $250 of you buy them or dirt cheap if you cut the steel and weld it yourself.

Why can't we do the same thing with that center stand that doesn't bolt onto the bike?

https://www.wristtwisters.com/forums/f86/ti-satos-p-stand-motivation-sliders-mra-windscreen-80833.html

Doesn't look that hard or expensive to make, just need some specs... Anyone have one that can take some measurements? Or maybe they come ready made for cheap?

Seems a great option to have a center stand that isn't bolted on all the time.

This is what I was coming arouind to thinking, I've got access to welding equipment so would just need to spec it out.

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I'll try SW-Motech again, I think I looked at their website but it had problems of some sort so I gave up.


Haven't tried brick/mortar, but the dealers here in central Arkansas are not that big. There is one in Russellville (about an hour and a half away) that does pretty good sales wise so I might try them if I get out that way.


Thanks for the suggestions.
Good luck with it all.

As for SW-Motech, being European, there might be better success via a major NorAm webseller that carries their numerous products.

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This thread has all the OEM stand measurements.
A service stand would be no trouble to make.
OEM centre stand pics and measurements. https://www.wristtwisters.com/forums...ad.php?t=79274

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Anyone have one that can take some measurements?

Seems a great option to have a center stand that isn't bolted on all the time.
Yes, I've got one that I'll measure up in a few hours when I get home - it uses the centrestand pivots and a large pin that slides into place - still worked after my lo-pipe conversion, too, but my bike has got too tall for it now, with longer shock and forks.

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The pics should tell you everything about it..but if not, ask away.

It's 25mm box section, 2.5mm wall. The tabs on the ends [40mm x 50mm] are where your feet push down to rock the bike up, just like a centrestand.

The pin is about 250mm o/all, 235 excluding hex head, 15mm dia.
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This thread has all the OEM stand measurements.
A service stand would be no trouble to make.
OEM centre stand pics and measurements. https://www.wristtwisters.com/forums...ad.php?t=79274

I read about this in another thread awhile back IIRC, but never saw it until now.
Perfect, excellent, ad infinitem (did I use that correctly? IDK Latin)
Gives me a reason to go visit ma this weekend as well, many thanks, Islandboy!

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No worries oddtodd.
If you feel inclined post some pics of what you come up with.

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The pics should tell you everything about it..but if not, ask away.

It's 25mm box section, 2.5mm wall. The tabs on the ends [40mm x 50mm] are where your feet push down to rock the bike up, just like a centrestand.

The pin is about 250mm o/all, 235 excluding hex head, 15mm dia.
Perfect.

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post #21 of 21 Old 07-23-2019, 02:01 PM
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...and I've just remembered a measuring / levelling app on my phone, so can tell you that the uprights on this one are 12 degrees from vertical.

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