R&G Sidestand Foot Enlarger for Yamaha FZ-09 ’14-’16 & XJ6 Diversion ’09-’14

SKU:RG.PKS0037.SI
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Description

Picking that perfect spot to park your motorcycle is not always possible. Help to keep your sidestand from sinking and toppling your ride with the R&G Sidestand Foot Enlarger. read more

SKU:
RG.PKS0037.SI
Categories:
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Brand:
R&G
Weight:
.25 lbs
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Price

$49.99

Quantity

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Total

$49.99

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Description

R&G Sidestand Foot Enlarger significantly spreads the load applied by your motorcycle to help prevent the sidestand from sinking into hot asphalt dirt or other soft surfaces.

  • Aluminum and Stainless Steel construction
  • Bolt on design installs in minutes
  • Does not affect ground clearance
  • Will not interfere with drive systems

Part Numbers

Our part number: RG.PKS0037.SI
Manufacturer Number: PKS0037SI
GTIN13 / EAN Barcode: 5055780399108

Fitment

Fitment Associations

Year Make Model
Year Make Model
2009 - 2015 Yamaha XJ6 Diversion
2014 - 2016 Yamaha FZ-09
All Years Yamaha FZ-09
All Years Yamaha XJ6 Diversion

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  1. Ronniemx

    Fitment needs work

    Ronniemx

    It’s a poor fit but I decided to keep it anyways even though it doesn’t fit for beans. The screws are incredibly short so they won’t catch when around the foot of the kickstand and the black top of the shoe doesn’t fit either. I’m going to modify it by drilling it through the screw holes and tap it, and putting in longer bolts. Also I am going to grind the inside of the top black piece because it doesn’t fit around the stem of the kickstand The biggest thing that this product has going for it is that it’s the only one on the market in the USAOne last thing when you put the kickstand down when the shoe on the bottom it sits at about 30° off the floor so only the tip point is making contact with the ground and the rest is up in the air I guess it will have to actually sink into the ground to have Full Contact to the foot on the ground.you know on second thought after writing this review I’m going to send the darn thing back and I modify it it’s not worth it.just leaves me with an old plastic bottle at least that works.

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