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Do you have the stock center stand at all, or did you lose that when you had to have the cross-member replaced? I can't tell for sure if it is in the picture or not.

Still have and still use to do work on the back tire or brakes! :yes:

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Share Post: Share on FacebookShare on TwitterShare on TumblrShare on Google+Share on MySpace  Post Number:#32  Unread postPosted: April 18th, 2016, 2:56 pm

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Need three of them if they will work on my 1200's. :good: Is anyone making them, :headscratch: or have a working drawing to make my own? :yes:

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Need three of them if they will work on my 1200's. :good: Is anyone making them, :headscratch: or have a working drawing to make my own? :yes:

I do not know of anyone making them anymore, but they sure are great. The tricky part about them is the springs inside the tubes that roll the stand up automatically after take off.

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Broken spring would be a real problem then.

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Very nice Gerry :good:

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It is my intent this coming off season to finally get the bike professionally painted to original color. The bags are all OEM color with the OEM pinstriping. I have the OEM replica pinstripes for the tank, side covers and fenders, and OEM NOS emblems for almost the whole bike (missing the front fender badge).

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Wow that would be very nice Gerry!

Frame too, or is that done already?

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Debating the frame. I have a blast and powder coat quote for the frame, swing arm, triple tree and small bits for around $300. I do not have a price yet for painting the other parts. I have a decent budget with the money made on flipping the '81 1100.

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They sure look nice all painted up better than when new, :good: if you want that's not all that hard to accomplish, :nea: I'm just too damn lazy to do it. :smilie_happy:

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