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Doug B: Long Legs. Tried the alternate seats. Want the low position and leg comfortMar 25, 2015
A shopper asked:Do you have a rubber shim for the kickstand and a longer bolt to replace the stock pieces? If this moves the kickstand forward, I see a challenge. Thank you for your time! Fred LauerAug 6, 2014
Nancy B:Not sure if you meant to pose this to Revzilla. We installed it on two softails and did not need to modify the stand but we did add a lift to the brake pedal for both bikes. Extending made the angle too low.Aug 6, 2014
Murray B:Hi bud I don't have the ruber buffer as it fell off my bike so I to need to track an uther one down .and the bolt not to shore what one you r referring to but the kit I got had every thing you shold need I was happy with the new set up the kick stand is ferther ford but works prity well thanks murrayAug 6, 2014
Andrew B:There should be no reason to do anything with the kickstand. The stand is attached to the piece you are moving forward so it just goes along for the ride. Mine works perfectly without touching the stand.Aug 6, 2014
A shopper asked:i have an extended forward control and wanted to move it back a couple of inches . can barely reach them .is there a reducer plate that will as well as mount my kick stand and bring them back just a little? i know i would have to shorten my shifter a couple and shorten my brake line . i beieve they are arlen ness bike is a custom built 2012 softail customAug 8, 2014