Kick stand pad enlarger

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Kick stand pad enlarger

Post by Christiaan » Mon Jun 27, 2022 3:55 am


Has anyone found a good one of these that fit a 2020 H2 SX Se+? Can’t seem to locate one online that references a direct fitment…maybe this one would? :help:
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Re: Kick stand pad enlarger

Post by FastFrank » Mon Jun 27, 2022 1:31 pm


I ordered this one:

https://sw-motech.us/products/safety/st ... 054475.htm

Will let you know how it fits once it arrives.
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Re: Kick stand pad enlarger

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Re: Kick stand pad enlarger

Post by danham » Thu Jun 30, 2022 3:28 pm


I bought one and soon took it off. It stands the bike up too far, meaning it is close to vertical. A gust of wind comes along and you are in the market for some very expensive Tupperware. A forum member had that happen.

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Re: Kick stand pad enlarger

Post by Vex » Thu Jun 30, 2022 6:54 pm


That's why I bought Brock's (overpriced) adjustable stand. I kept parking at places where I had to angle my bike differently just so it wouldn't tip. Now it has the opposite problem, but it's a far less common occurrence.

I've never really had an issue with the size of the kickstand foot, though. Even when I park in gravel/dirt/etc.
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Re: Kick stand pad enlarger

Post by JohnQ » Thu Jun 30, 2022 7:52 pm


danham wrote:
Thu Jun 30, 2022 3:28 pm
I bought one and soon took it off. It stands the bike up too far, meaning it is close to vertical. A gust of wind comes along and you are in the market for some very expensive Tupperware. A forum member had that happen.

-dan
Totally agree.
Only wondering if they get picked up from sunken stands more or less often than when the bike is blown over in the wind.

Adjustable stand with a foot is probably the money.
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Re: Kick stand pad enlarger

Post by FastFrank » Thu Jun 30, 2022 9:38 pm


Fits like a glove
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Re: Kick stand pad enlarger

Post by FastFrank » Sat Jul 02, 2022 3:24 pm


by danham » Thu Jun 30, 2022 10:28 am

I bought one and soon took it off. It stands the bike up too far, meaning it is close to vertical. A gust of wind comes along and you are in the market for some very expensive Tupperware. A forum member had that happen.


I thought of that too (pad too thick), I have not taken my bike off the lift yet, however I went through this same exercise with my ZRX.

2 mods need to happen to have a safe kickstand, 1- file or grind the plate that holds the kickstand on the forward spot where the stand contacts the plate, take a little off at a time, yes this will place the stand more forward and it lowers the bike slightly when the stand is engaged, less chance of tipping over. 2- After the grind work, I will put the new pad in a milling machine and take off as much material as possible matching the new angle it has on the floor now.

As we all know everything has to be massaged.
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Re: Kick stand pad enlarger

Post by XcelleraThor » Thu Jul 07, 2022 5:20 pm


Even though all of my wife's bike's hard bags and my packing bags come from SW-Motech and are super, heavy duty quality, I refrained from getting this pad enlarger for exact same reason. In places where you don't need it, the bike mostly is a little on the upright side, unless you look around for terrain more favourable.

I got me this nice plate, which on my travels is THE MOST EASILY accessible item, before getting off the bike.
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"Das Sternchen"
I simply drop it near where it needs to go and kick it underneath the side stand.
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Re: Kick stand pad enlarger

Post by Christiaan » Wed Aug 03, 2022 3:15 am


Just got mine in finally — will install it and report back!
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