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VICTORY XC - CENTRE STAND

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  1. working dog

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    Looking for some help/advice.
    I have lowered my 2011 XC about 28mm. I would like to obtain a centre stand.
    Is there a centre stand available that will work if the bike is slightly lowered?
    And, if there is - who would have one?
    Many thanks.
     
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    Center Stand For Lowered Cross Bikes & Vision in Lowering Links & Related - Victory Cross Country Suspension Related Parts - Victory Cross Country - Shop Parts and Accessories - Your #1 Source for US Made, Custom Victory & Indian Motorcycle Parts 1 inch is 25.mm and 1.5 is somewhere around 38mm, probably go with the 1 inch option.

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    You'll lose a little bit of clearance on corners if I recall what I've read. Also something about clearance with the catch can on California models, something to look into.
     
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    Thank you mate. Much appreciated. To be honest I have no idea if I have a "California Model" or not.
    You've been a great help. Not cheap are they?<chuckle>
     
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    Not at all, but then again nothing really is. Buying a bike is more like a down payment on fun, the mods are like the monthly payments.

    I was just remembering that on the XC, it would be under the rear fender so it wouldn't get in the way, only on the steel frames would the evap canister behind the kickstand.

    You might be able to find a used or cheaper one online elsewhere, but be careful, don't want to buy cheap quality.
     
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    Thanks mate. Much appreciated.
     

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