Jake Wilson Kickstand Pad

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Does what it's supposed to do

Robert in NH

Comments On May 28, 2014:Works as expected, simple solution to sinking kickstands and easy to carry with you.

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Great to have

MATT in UT

Comments On Feb 19, 2013:So if you are parking on asphalt in the sun, you might have noticed that your kickstand might be sinking under the weight of your bike! With this little guy it makes parking your bike a lot safer from tipping! If you've got your bike in a show, this will make parking on the grass a lot easier also. It's a cheap insurance that'll last forever.

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I installed it permanently and like it a lot!

Lawrence in CO

Comments On Jan 10, 2013:2008 Yamaha WR250X converted for dual sport riding. Rather than try to find it in my saddlebag each time, I epoxied and bolted it in place. Then I trimmed the one border that might drag on the ground with stand stowed and leaning in corners. Really helps prevent tipping the bike over when on stand when on soft ground, mud or snow. I recommend this product - but make your own decision about whether permanent installation i safe or not.

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Cheap and Functional

John in NM

Comments On Jul 28, 2010:Well it's a little pad that costs less than five whopper juniors that you can put under your kickstand so your bike doesn't fall over. Sure it might fit in your pocket but it's rock hard so maybe your backpack pocket not your jeans pocket! I have a feeling it's going to get lost out in the desert some day...

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