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Centre stand retern spring

Where does the bracket for the return spring go i am having great dificulttie finding it

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Its connected on the right side of the stand if theres no existing spring pre fabricate or change it with springs that has the same length

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To remove just the stand's arm, leaving the bracket bolted to the frame, unhook/remove the spring, and remove the nut on the pivot, and the kickstand stop (the part with the squared off peg that fits into the bracket when the stand is down and weight is placed on the stand, when you lean the bike over onto it):

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