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We’re all self conscious about our weight. No matter how many pounds you’re packing, you never had to worry about sinking into the ground. On the other hand, your bike might. With the R&G Kickstand Shoe you can be sure your bike will stand tall on tarmac and loose surfaces.
Each kickstand shoe sandwiches the existing stand foot with an aluminum bottom, is topped with a stainless steel lid for strength and is held together with 3 hex bolts. All parts and hardware are highly corrosion-resistant.
Precision fit so it takes a little time to position it correctly. Does make very slight contact with the swing arm but not an issue.
June 29, 2015
You will have to modify the top plate, as it won't sit flat to get the 3 screws to grab. I used a dremel tool grind away the area where it goes around the weld. I used loctite on the screws, and it's held for a month now, with no issues. An extra 5 minutes of work, that I wish the manufacturer had done.
May 11, 2015
Terribly designed and executed foot enlarger.
I bought the said R&G foot enlarger. I find the FJ-09 side-stand foot a little small, the side-stand itself rather short. I thought the enlarger would in theory make it more stable in softer surfaces. gravel, sandy soil, etc. and more stable when the bike is leaning at a sharp angle on hard surfaces.
The enlarger looks nice. But looks can fool you.
1) I had to file and fiddle for 40 minutes to get the horseshoe top plate to properly align over the foot plate. File fit. File fit. file tap with hammer, fit. The side-stand isn't a finely machined piece of steel. OK. But that's only the beginning.
2) The 3 screws holding the two plates together are only about 5mm long. Well, again, the side-stand isn't finely machined. the top plate doesn't sit over a thin piece of steel. Rather the side-stand foot is unevenly machined itself (it doesn't need to be to serve it's purpose anyway), so the top plate of the enlarger on the one side has a gap and the screw isn't long enough. I used another longer bolt for now. Not a nice beveled flush fit like the other two screws. This foot is aluminum. Caution! Only a couple of threads hold this together.
3) I finally get it bolted up and Darn!! The bike leans on the inside of the enlarger with the front end of the enlarger sticking up in the air. Like a bicyclist with cleated cycling shoes walking like a duck with their toes in the air. They didn't take into account the side-stand foot is bent at an angle so the foot is parallel to the ground when leaned over. The enlarger is about 1/4" thick. It contacts the inside first and now all the weight of the bike is on a very small area of the enlarger when on a hard surface. I guess in a gravel or sand situation it will be OK. But so would a properly designed beveled enlarger.
4) AND Finally. The back of the enlarger hits the center stand when the side-stand is in the up (riding) position, preventing the side-stand to fully retract.
April 17, 2015
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