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Centre Stand Installation Instructions

Hi Guys,

Does anyone have the installation instructions for the centre stand for the AT?

If you have them or could post a link it would be much appreciated.

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This might help.. Pic attached not a great pic but should be clear enough.. and use both springs, I have seen two bikes so far fitted with only one! Make sure the stand is in the up position and use some cord to pull springs over and onto the the lug.
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That works fine. Thanks.
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Thanks so much for going to the trouble of offering advice photos etc. Jonathan, that link was absolute GOLD... so thank you so much....

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It's worth keeping that link - although there is also a US specific portal - which US users should use once the CRF1000 is listed:

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http://cssportal.css-club.net/honda/...t.asp?GROUP=us
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This might help.. Pic attached not a great pic but should be clear enough.. and use both springs, I have seen two bikes so far fitted with only one! Make sure the stand is in the up position and use some cord to pull springs over and onto the the lug.
You have a bike stand you lucky man. Any recommendations? Machine Mart on a VAT-free offer?! My ageing back will love me forever if I get one.
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Yet another term for the "crash bars" - side pipe...
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