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Where can I get a good, sturdy sidestand plate, good for 850 lbs?

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Old 12-01-2008   #1
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Default Where can I get a good, sturdy sidestand plate, good for 850 lbs?

I've looked all over the internet, still can't find one. I'd like to stay away from a plastic one if possible. To be used with a 2006 GL1800.I've seen the carbon fiber one, but I want one with a lip, to keep the sidestand from sliding off.
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J&P cycles offers a rubber one on page 342 of thier metric catalog they also offer a kick stand with a much bigger foot print on pg 373 or at jpcycles.com
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I use a piece of aluminum plate that I sheared off in the shop.Any metal supplier near you can cut one for a couple dollars.One shop I know uses old license plates. They bend a little. ------
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Easiest solution is to take it to a weld shop and just have them weld on a larger foot. They should have something in their scrap bin that should work and it will probably only take about 15 minutes.
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