Because the Dimotiv one is almost $20 more expensive. All Dimotiv products are good quality and some of their designs are nice, but they're WAY over-priced.Could you tell us why you chose them over the Dimotiv Side Stand Enlarger?
I've also felt that "slip". Maybe just play/slop in the stand pivot?Considering this. It feels like the stock one slips a little before "settling" if that makes sense.
To bad there's not really a way to stand the bike more upright.
See here. Works great.I'm thinking about grabbing those kickstand extension plates to have a bit more of a bigger surface area for the kickstand.
I'm always iffy when getting off the bike, and guessing this would help parking on any non hard surface.
Anyone got one ? Mind showing a pic ?
Here's few I found so far, not sure if those with 3 or 4 screws are secure enough.
That blows the big one. :| Haven't gotten mine yet, but I'll post pics and give a review of its performance once I do.Got one of those side stand foots like the one from Dimotiv, but from ebay. didnt quite fit right and after a 3 hours worth of highway and mountain riding 2 of the 3 screws had come loose.
Definitely need to use Blue Loctite on the screws. Mine has stayed on and the screws are still tight.I did it pretty tight, but as a friend pointed out that he normally would use Loctite or something similar on something like this.
I eventually took it off due to paranoia. I normally keep a puck under the seat cowl if i need to park on the soft stuff.