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Today, spent 5 hours installing a center stand. these are great bikes but what a bear to work on. Had to remove both mufflers to remove the crossover. Still had to wedge the crossover down to install one bolt for the center stand. Both side panels and doors for the tour packs had to be removed to get at all of the bolts and work on removing the mufflers. the center stand has two bolts which hold it on. You'd think, two bolts? What took you so long? Try it, if your not mechanically inclined...DON"T. Make sure you have a partner with you, it helps!

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Comment by Keith Buxton on November 15, 2011 at 1:03pm

Dont get me wrong still a real mongeral to install though definitely a two person as a preference

Comment by Keith Buxton on November 15, 2011 at 1:00pm

http://www.cyclesolutions.net/Victory+Center+Stand+(Black)/sku-WD-K...

This is the center stand I installed very happy with it have a look at my page you will see a picture of the center jack I have it work perfectly

Comment by Lou Van Daele on November 15, 2011 at 3:40am
Ok thanks mate
Cheers lou
Comment by Tom Gelin on November 15, 2011 at 3:19am

You should use a jack or centre lift. It's not a bad idea to change the oil while you're doing it, but install the center stand before you replace the oil filter. BEWARE!!! Do not use the center stand unless you are on level ground. It's not very wide and the bike can tip over. Personally, if I had it to do over I never would have installed it. It drags when your cornering and is a bear to get up because of the location of lever.

Comment by Lou Van Daele on November 15, 2011 at 2:54am
Hi Tom, I still have mine not fitted, did you have a centre lift or jack to assist you, I own a Holden workshop and Polaris workshop and still not tried it. I'm due for a 8000kms service I'm told that it's easier with the filter removed. I'm a bit concerned that the lift does not balance it but I must try it soon.
Cheers lo u
Comment by Keith Buxton on November 15, 2011 at 12:36am

Did this myself its an effort alright but in the end I recon it is worth it really like the center stand

 

Comment by Lou Van Daele on August 24, 2011 at 6:13pm
I bought the stand and it is still on the work bench it looks like a cow of a job, I take it to work were I have a centre lift jack I think i might need it.

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