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JustinW
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November 28, 2019 - 12:08 pm
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I've got an old clamp type side stand which I'd like to fit to my Bantam D1.

I do remember when I was younger I used to have trouble with these, always slipping a bit in use, despite being clamped up. But for me, I find side stands really useful when parking up.

Perhaps someone's come up with a cunning a solution to stopping this happening? Perhaps some kind of modern material to put between clamp and frame which grips like b*ggery? Thanks.

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 But for me, I find side stands really useful when parking up.

  

And for getting on and off, too, I reckon - providing you get on and off from the same side as the stand.

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stands    that  clamp    on the   round   tubing   of   the  frame    are  serposed   to  WELDED   or   PINED   to the  frame  once   you  have  found  the  best  place    on  the  frame   not   usly   a proble   on  bantams

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sunny said
stands    that  clamp    on the   round   tubing   of   the  frame    are  serposed   to  WELDED   or   PINED   to the  frame  once   you  have  found  the  best  place    on  the  frame   not   usly   a proble   on  bantams  

Ah I didn't know that. How would I 'pin' it. Is it a drilling a small hole and tapping a thread for a bolt to go through stand clamp and into frame?

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JustinW said

...How would I 'pin' it. Is it a drilling a small hole and tapping a thread for a bolt to go through stand clamp and into frame?  

That's what I did.Lange.jpg

You can just about make it out behind the pillion footrest.

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I chickened out of drilling hole in frame. Instead I ordered a very cheap flux cored mig welder on black Friday .  Plan is to put just a few weld spots to frame and clamp over those for grip. If it slips on those I'll weld it on proper. Quite looking forward to playing with welder, I should be able to build up the stops on the main stand too.

Nice house by the way 🙂

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JustinW said
...Nice house by the way 🙂  

Oh, that's just the guest house. roflroflrofl

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C31354AF-ABFA-4953-A94A-51756EC525DF.jpegE5CC3A82-E6DD-46B0-AAEE-56E9F9AA809C.jpegHi bantammad ear before you drill or weld the side stand to the swinging arm l have myself made an attachment so you can fit a side stand to it tomorrow I’ll photograph my bantam special and share my simple modification with the membership regards LES hopefully lm a dinosaur 

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Hi bantammad ear the granddaughter came to the dinosaurs rescue to download photos as you can see the side stand is a 1 dia tube flattened both ends two holes drilled to fit one end over the footrest bolt the other end onto the lower frame bolt then fit your side stand to it hope it helps regards LES

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Good job, Les. Nice bike too smile

'52 D1 direct lighting plunger; '58 Square Four (project); '55 D3 Battery; '59 D1 direct lighting plunger;  '59 Tiger Cub; '60 5TA;  '76 FS1-E '97 Honda Sky SGX50.

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Hey Les, that's a brilliant idea. 

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Hi bantammad ere forgot to add if you zoom in you will see its been secured in place with a spring steel knock in roll pin regards LES

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