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Old 01-26-2011, 08:42 AM   #1
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SuperTuff II ss sidestand brackets for HP-2

FYI,,,this is an up-date...it's 27 Sept 2011,,, i thought that i would not build any more ...however half dozen HP-2 riders are waiting for some more of you to step up and order one need at least 15 committed sales to break even and the machinist needs at least 25 orders from me to make it worth his while,,there ya ahve the conundrum,,,so pass the word!!!!

since 9 out of 10 of the last 90 customers insisted on the grease fitting version ,,,that will be all i'm making this go around,,,,they'll be the same $220 price ,,,this includes USPS priority S&H to anywhere in continental USA,,,for those outside the USA you'll get $10 subtracted from your S&H charges

i just copied this post from another wordy thread,,,here's all ya need to know about them:

Below are some photos of comparison between the bendable oem aluminum HP2 side-stand bracket, my first SuperTuff I bracket, and the newer lighter SuperTuff II .

price which includes S&H to anywhere within continental USA:

SuperTuff I without grease fitting=$180....with grease fitting=$220


Coincidentally the non-grease fitting matches the $180 price of BMW's current solution. For the discerning ,,,,this is NOT a 'bling' item...it is a Tough,,Durable,,Corrosion/Rust resistant solution that as usual happens to be pleasing to the eye....Why not??? isn't that what QUALITY is all about?

OBTW,,,it will support anybody stepping up on the pegs as well as support the whole bike when leaned over on it...hence SuperTuff

they also hold the bike a bit more up-right per previous owners request...

Not only won't you need to track down additional longer bolts for the BMW powdercoated steel version but you have a choice to improve the longevity of your Super-Tuff side-stand bracket by using the grease fitting option.


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here's the link that explains what happened to the third run,,,,which we called ''the run from hell'',,,,not only because of the interminably long time to get product but to add insult to injury the machinist moved the grease fitting a few degrees CCW causing the grease gun to be useless if ya still had the sidestand switch in place,,,was a non-issue for the bikes with it removed,,,,i called them Super Tuff IIa [''a'' as in aaarrrggghhh],,,,,here's the link to the Rx:

http://www.advrider.com/forums/showp...4&postcount=15

last but least here's a link to a show n tell post i did to make it easier to do the install:

http://www.advrider.com/forums/showp...3&postcount=23

enjoy
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Old 01-30-2011, 10:41 AM   #2
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IN for one with grease fitting.

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Old 02-15-2011, 03:39 PM   #3
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Any update when the sidestand brackets will be available? Thanks for doing another run of these!
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Old 03-04-2011, 05:01 PM   #4
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update on the progress of the Super-Tuff HP-2 sidestand brackets

fellow HP2 riders,,,the brackets were supposed to be ready by:
Friday the 18th ,,,
which then became for sure last Friday the 25th of February,,,
which turned into pick em up after lunch on Monday the 28th,,,
whereupon i got a message it'll be Tuesday afternoon for sure,,,
which got changed to Thursday morning,,,
so it's Friday afternoon today around 3pm when they call me ...woody ,we have a problem'',,,''please come by we have 4 of the 25 you ordered'',,,,

i get there and find out that some yoyo mis-machined a critical surface by .100'' ,,hence,,they won't work in the welding jig,,,all the grease fitting galleries were'nt even there and lo n behold they weren't on his cutting-bill,,,same for the grease fitting hole and 6x1.0 metric threads for the zerk and to top it all off the finish looked like someone hit it with a body grinder....

let me tell you ,,,,i can't see straight,,,want to puke,,,

they tell me to come in on monday

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Old 03-05-2011, 01:56 PM   #5
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Thanks for the update!
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Old 03-10-2011, 10:48 AM   #6
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HP2 Sidestand

I'll take one with a grease fitting. Thanks for your perseverance, Woody!

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Old 04-01-2011, 11:42 AM   #7
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I was glad to here that Woodys was going to do another run of those side stand brackets. Delivered early better than expected, money well spent. Fantastic detail and workmanship on it, can't wait to put it on and put the slightly bent OEM on the shelf. Now I won't have to worry about a stiff breeze blowing the Widow Maker dirt bike over. I'll get that put on and then I can concentrate on the Cafe' Bob R 90 that Woodys is making wheels for in the near future.
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Old 04-16-2011, 07:31 AM   #8
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Wow what a change!!! I just put my Woodys Wheel works side stand bracket on my HP-2 Enduro. My bike has about 4,500 miles on it, has never been set on the side stand with any type of load. When the bike is washed, serviced or parked in the garage I use the padock stand instead of the side stand, even with all that extra effort the OEM bracket was bent and distorted. The mounting bolts were stuck in there holes to the point I had to drill the head off one to remove the OEM bracket and upon inspection of the old bracket the pivot hole and the bracket itself are noticeably distorted. With the new bracket installed the stance of the bike when on the side stand is nearly perfect. I now have a great measure of confidence in using the side stand on the bike. Thanks for the outstanding customer service and product Zach and all you guys at Woodys Wheel works.
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Old 05-04-2011, 04:17 AM   #9
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hey the new Supertuff SS with grease fitting HP2 sidestand brakets are ready!!!

got the pieces back afew days ago,,,welded em up and are being detailed as i write,,so PM or e-mail me with a reminder...

i do have a list and will check if ya still want them...
i cnat't ell you how disillusioned i am with a certain machine shop

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Old 05-13-2011, 09:35 AM   #10
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WOW,,just 4 left:<(...

yep ,, e-mailed all of you that were in my computer,,,perhaps i missed someone,,,

so FYI just 4 un accounted for...

5 went to a fellow in japan who unfortunately lives near the Sendai disaster...

pics o fthe last ones will appear here shortly
later,,woody
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Old 05-27-2011, 03:45 PM   #11
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Installation?

According the to repair CD,

Quote:

Remove circlip (1).
Remove washer (2).
Remove side-stand switch (3).
Remove screw (5).
Use a suitable tool to remove slide bush (4), taking care not to damage the thread in the side stand.
Remove the side stand.


What is "Suitable tool" to remove slide bush?
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