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post #1 of 4 Old Apr 22nd, 2008, 8:05 am Thread Starter
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Anyone had the center stand hit the pillion foot rest?

My lass has only just told me about the pain she gets when we hit speed bumps.
I looked at the problem and it seems that the LH foot peg is being bashed by the center stand. Made some very deep marks in the underside of the foot peg.
Anyone else had this? Any simple fix?

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Re: Anyone had the center stand hit the pillion foot rest?

Check and make sure the rubber stop bumper is still in place. Or you may have BENT the bumper support portion of the stop ?

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Re: Anyone had the center stand hit the pillion foot rest?

Yep, you are right. I don;t have a rubber stopper down there.
Does anyone have a picture of one?

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Re: Anyone had the center stand hit the pillion foot rest?

Mine's an 05, so its bound to be different.

try this link: A&S about 1/3 the way down (diagram 46_830) has the center stand.

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