KSLB-1

Bung King Kickstand Lift Block

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If you are running some extra tall shocks or front forks your bike may experience an excessive angle when leaned over on the kickstand. The Bung King kickstand lift block can help eliminate this issue. It bolts directly to the bottom of your kickstand with the supplied hardware and is available to add 1" or 2" to the height of the kickstand. You just mark your kickstand with the supplied template, drill the two mounting holes and install it in place

Allow 1-2 weeks for delivery.

  • Made of billet 6061-T6 aluminum
  • Cut to match the kickstand contour of most factory kickstands
  • Hardware supplied
  • Sold as a kit
  • Available in 1" or 2" tall

 

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    06/10/2021
    Bobie T.
    United States United States
    **** King Kickstand Lift Block Review

    Had problem with bolt pattern layout. When I center punched the center of the hole indication, then drilled with small bits then used slightly bigger bit so the bolts would go through the hold, I had to wind up drilling with a much bigger bit because the bolts would not line up to the threaded portion of the Block;. Putting a bolt in the block showed the remaining hold lining up wrong.

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      BT
      06/10/2021
      Bobie T.
      United States United States
      **** King Kickstand Lift Block Review

      Had problem with bolt pattern layout. When I center punched the center of the hole indication, then drilled with small bits then used slightly bigger bit so the bolts would go through the hold, I had to wind up drilling with a much bigger bit because the bolts would not line up to the threaded portion of the Block;. Putting a bolt in the block showed the remaining hold lining up wrong.