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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 04-07-2009, 10:21 AM Thread Starter
 
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Question Help-center stand 93 GZX750

Hi,my name is Jim and I am trying to help a freind out who owns a 93 GSX750. She want to put the stock center stad back on the bike and got the stand,2 springs,bolts and urved arm. This bike has an extended swing arm(I don't know if this matters). I am trying to install this for her and am not seeing how this goes together. Does anyone have close up pics of the stand and how it is installed on the bike? I would reaally appreciate it if someone would help me to help her. Thanks jim
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post #2 of 5 (permalink) Old 04-19-2009, 06:20 AM
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Hi,my name is Jim and I am trying to help a freind out who owns a 93 GSX750. She want to put the stock center stad back on the bike and got the stand,2 springs,bolts and urved arm. This bike has an extended swing arm(I don't know if this matters). I am trying to install this for her and am not seeing how this goes together. Does anyone have close up pics of the stand and how it is installed on the bike? I would reaally appreciate it if someone would help me to help her. Thanks jim
Sorry couldn't/can't help ya but with an extended swing arm I'd have to wonder if the stock center stand would do anything it was meant to.
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Maybe this will help: http://www.cmsnl.com/suzuki-gsx750-1...st/FIG-41.html

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Well,I am going to have her get a stand that fits the back of the bike to get the rear tire off of the ground. The centerstand is just not going to work with the setup she has. thanks guys for your replies.
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Independent stands are much easier to get a hold of and to sell off, so that'd be the wisest route IMHO.

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