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Broken side stand bracket

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Hi, my side stand bracket snapped tonight. Can anyone point me in the right direction for a replacement bracket? Thanks in advance.

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Hello Friend now send this to me And I make it  better then new  Email  annajeannette@btinternet,com  yours  anna J  

Ian  you have no idea on welding  cast steel  weld can be better then the original steel  the art is getting the right amount of heat in to the material  I have been welding since I was 16 that 51 years  you can tell me anything about welding   I started at a shipyard  back in 1967  welding Gas Mig Tig And Arch welding    and Hot riveting  and forging plus black smithing,  I can make this stand better then new and I challenge anyone to do any better,   Yours  Anna J      

Hello Kevin Were in East Yorkshire  at Howden Not Far from Goole  Where SHIPS were Built  just email me  and I send my address  yours Anna J

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My Mercury stand broke like this a few years ago.  So, when RGM introduced their new side stand I bought one and was most impressed with the quality and finish of it.  I've had this fitted for over 5 years and can recommend them.

Hello  I done one even better  then any Norton stand you can buy  I fitted a ZZR Chrome  Stand And it will not twist or move  As I made a Stainless steel plate  to fit at the back of the engine and fits to the engine plates  and bottom frame tube and a stainless steel clamp  in rubber  to the frame  ti will nos shift any were  cost me only 25 quid  and Not the rip off prices     Yours Anna J  

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Can you post photos, Anna? £25 sounds good, but another 3 hours of skilled labour to design and fabricate the brackets could easily come to well over £150 for other mortals, with no guarantee of success.

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Hello all I cannot show you any photos as I am trying to use this smart phone but there On the NOC web site as this. Topic as come up before now yours Anna j

 

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Hello all if any of you need any welding done and alloy welding to my address .Kilpins Country Club main Rd Belby Howden East Yorkshire DN14 7UZ  yours Anna j                      PS only charges will be at cost to me no labour charges will be charged Ok

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Is the bracket made of cast iron or cast steel.

There is a world of difference between the two when it comes to welding.

Mike

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This is the reason that Norton Matchless Divison, designed and produced a much stronger, wider and thicker prop stand lug, with an 035 part number in 1968. Norvil, sell the better and stronger prop stand lug. The reason that this bracket lug can break is that some owners will try to start their twins on the prop stand. These prop stand lugs would break all the time. Many a frame that has been returned from North America has had that lug welded to the lower frame rail.

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It would be so much safer for you to buy a new side stand bracket.

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My side stand (on a ES2) let go once and the bike fell in top of a brand new Triumph something-or-other. Not much damage - if any - to the Triumph but a smashed headlamp, headlamp rim and reflector for the Norton.

You have to ask "what's it worth?"

George

 

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