The center side stand has something with a foot overhang and one with no overhanging like this. Sometimes I hit a pedal for the overhang. I thought that this was probably not going well, probably because it was not overhanging and attached it. The reason why the satisfaction of use was somewhat satisfactory was due to the painted surface being peeled off. I get scratches anyway and I do not care, but it's "somewhat satisfying" because of the trouble of repairing and using it.
Because it thinks that the appearance of aluminum black paint is in a black chromoly frame, it is general purchase purchase, so there is time and effort to cut according to the car type, but it is aluminum so it can cut without ironing much much without suffering. However, the attached cap is hard to attach easily. On the other hand, I think that it is hard to get out. I failed to enter firmly because I pushed in with the first failure. This is just a mistake. Be a little tight, so let's take care of the cap installation.
Strict quality, healthy center stand. The difficulty is fixed plate shape without any ingenuity, and it becomes insufficient fixing force unless it is tightened to such a degree that the frame hurts. Cutting height adjustment is troublesome (this is improved with a new model).