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#825677 10/05/2020 3:57 PM
by Old Dave
Old Dave
LONG SHOT .... anyone have a GS side stand they would part with ? thanks.
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#826321 Oct 12th a 04:48 PM
by Hugh Jörgen
Hugh Jörgen
Or:
Riding a BSA is like watching rust not form.
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#825757 Oct 6th a 12:10 AM
by Rich B
Rich B
If you are not a slave to original pieces, early unit single side stands make a suitable replacement. The early unit single side stand needs some minor modifications to go over center when extended. But otherwise they work
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#826337 Oct 12th a 07:08 PM
by Boomer
Boomer
My '63 Competition "All Sport" also has a side stand. IMHO, I believe all the Gold Star frames probably left the factory with the sidestand mounting lug but not all got a sidestand mounted.


Bill B...
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#826349 Oct 12th a 08:28 PM
by Gordo in Comox
Gordo in Comox
My 62 All Sport frame has no evidence of ever having the side stand attachment. However a 58 frame that left the factory as B34 Scram had a ripped out section of the lower frame rail where a side stand mount would have been.

Gordo
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#826394 Oct 13th a 04:12 AM
by Dave - North of 60
Dave - North of 60
Documented 1958 DBD Catalina Scrambler (sent to Vancouver, Canada) has side stand lug on the frame.
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