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How to adjust or remove kickstand

The kickstand will not completely return to the upright position if moved to high it moves past frame bar it is a round insert with a triangular portion on the other side and the circular tube it goes into is welded to the frame. there is a small round dentent knobby thing that sticks out. can I buy a whole new setup or remove and and o adjust this one.

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