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SW-MOTECH Centerstand (BMW F650CS ’03-’08)

The must-have accessory for Greatly eases basic maintenance, tire changes, and bike cleaning. Super-strong construction features typical design and high engineering

Superb integration with the exhaust and sidestand components retain all existing features sacrificing lean angle or

All hardware needed to mount the included. Typically installs basic hand tools. No cutting, or drilling of existing or body parts required. black powdercoated finish some gray fittings or as applicable.

A double-retention spring is as a safety feature to prevent the from contacting pavement if one of the two should fail during a Designed to work with OEM — we cannot assure fit aftermarket exhausts or other

3/8 drive rachet with 6”

8mm Allen socket

16mm or socket

14mm or 9/16” wrench

Pair of standard

Various blocks of wood

A sturdy web strap with such as a backpacking strap

A few of your favorite cuss for emergencies.

1. Unpack and make you have all parts listed.

2 springs, long pivot bracket with 3 holes, bolt, 1 large

washer, 1 washer, 1 spacer, 1 spring 1 rubber bumper, 1 cotter

2. Make sure the large pin will slide through the in the centerstand and that

the 10mm will go through the 3 holes in the easily, if not. take a

file and clean the paint out of the

3. Install the rubber bumper in the welded to the side of the centerstand in the

end the big square bar.

4. Now comes the part. You’re going to to lift the bike so that the wheel

is just touching the you cannot put any pressure on the sidestand or its

tube. One of the best ways is to put a around the rear frame near the fuel

filter and with a comealong. Another way is to put a under each foot peg

I would recommend having a steady the bike during operation.

5. Now that you have the bike with the back tire touching the floor,

remove the rear engine mount from the right side, bolt threads into the

support tube. Lay the bolt — you won’t use it again. the lower

shock lever to mounting bolt, take the with 3 holes and align it

the shock lever mounting and the engine mounting hole. the shock bolt

through the tab and shock lever/frame lug with a of locktite on the

threads. Install the 10mm bolt and washer the bracket and

engine. The sidestand tube tends to sag, so have to lift it up to screw

the mounting bolt into it.

Do not tighten the bolts at this Remove the lower front mounting


bolt just so that you can slip the supplied (6mm thick) between

the and the sidestand support tube. Put a of loctite on the bolt and

screw it in, make sure the spacer fall out. Now tighten the 2

mounting bolts and the shock bolt/nut to the proper torque.

6. Put a grease on the large pivot align the centerstand with the on the

frame and install the large pin through the centerstand and frame from

the right side, the large washer onto the end of the pin and install the

cotter pin and bend the over.

7. Let the bike down and put it on the side Put the transmission in first gear.

some blocks and put under the to hold it in the fully up position,

or you can use strap around the centerstand bar and the front of the

swingarm to hold the in the fully up position.

Put the small inside the large spring so the loops are facing in the same

Hold the spring hanger by the in your right hand the large

hole up and to the left, put the of the 2 springs through the small in the

spring hanger with the ends facing you. a good sturdy belt of sort

and make about a 1 foot with it, put this loop the spring hanger at the large

your pulling belt, the blocks or belt holding the up, take it out

of 1st gear and put it on the centerstand.



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