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Has anyone installed an Outback Motortek Center Stand on a 2021 AT DCT Standard?

Thanks in advanced for your help. - Ryan
 

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I have a 2019 OEM centerstand the only drawbacks are that the Two Springs required are rather hard to mount the foot pedal on the left side is hard to reach with safety boots and the rubber stop gets worn out because it stops on the rear swing arm Note the Stand are not Powder coated
the SW Motec has an inbuilt skipplate
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Thanks to new technology, the centerstand of the Honda Africa Twin CRF1100L can be assembled without any effort: the spring that holds the stand on the bike when on the move is attached without tension and tightened with a screw. The indestructible, yet lightweight steel tube construction offers the best angle and ground clearance, makes it easy to jack up and provides stability - whether it's during maintenance or on the road. In most cases, you will no longer need to buy an additional swing arm stand. During long downtimes in the winter months, the centerstand helps take the load off your tires.
  • Stands securely when traveling with lots of luggage and during maintenance
  • Bike-specific design for easy mounting and high cornering clearance
  • Easy to lift up the motorcycle
  • Outrigger for optimal leverage
  • Best corrosion resistance due to sand blasting and powder coating of the surface
  • Made of robust steel
 

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I installed an OM center stand on my 2019 ATAS. I am not sure how mounting might differ with the 2021 models.
 
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