Trail Tech Kickstand
- Part #: 507673
- Manufacturer Part #: 5102-00
Overview of Trail Tech Kickstand
- Custom designed, strong, lightweight and attractive
- Ultra-high-strength chromoly mounting bracket
- Lightweight, high-strength forged aluminum stand
- Aluminum reinforced high-impact nylon foot at base of stand with no sharp edges
- Extra-tough black ceramic coating
- Tucks out of the way of the rider
- Measure 15.5 in. L
- Easy installation with no modifications required (mount to stock mounting points)
Specs for Trail Tech Kickstand
Fitment for Trail Tech Kickstand
Part 507673 fits the following machines
|2008 Honda CRF150R|
|2007 Honda CRF150R|
Reviews for Trail Tech Kickstand
CRF150R Expert kickstand
When you order,make sure you get the kickstand designated for the "expert" model or it will be way too short. Unfortunatly I made that mistake. The fit and looks are excelent and it even comes with a trick stainless bolt and a red anodized collar for mounting. The only thing you'll have to buy separatly is a longer 8mm bolt for the lower left side sub-frame mount. It's a little pricy,but if you don't like doing burn-outs to dig a trench at your camp site or leaning your bike up against your truck,it's worth it.I would recommend this item to a friend.
TrailTech KickStand 54000WR - DK#507664
The pre-owned 2005 Yamaha YZ250F that I recently, purchased has a ground to frame clearance of 10.5 inches; this 15.5 inch Trail Tech Kick Stand, (Trail Tech Kick Stand 54000WR - DK part #507664), was much, too, long for the YZ. I know that Trail Tech makes a 13.5 inch SuperMotard model, but I could only, find that model on Trail Tech's web site; (and this model would have also, been too, long); so I purchased this 15.5 inch model, here from DK. The seven eighths inch diameter, kick stand is 'beefier' than I expected, as the photos made it appear, to me, that it would be of a smaller diameter. The hardware included, (allowing it to be installed on a Suzuki, Kawasaki and the YZ), made it simple and easy to install, once I drilled a nine sixteenths inch hole, (to allow for the Kick Stand's Foot), deep enough to allow for my cutting off 4 inches of the aluminum, kick stand. It was a bit tough to remove and replace the foot inside the kick stand; it is a very, tight fit; and plastic foot appears to made of a very, durable, tough plastic. I have not used the kick stand out in the 'real world', yet, but I feel it will work well. I would recommend this Trail Tech Kick Stand. Do a bit of measuring before your purchase and be prepared that you might, just, have to modify the kick stand's length.I would recommend this item to a friend.
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Fits perfect, spring was a pain to install but once its on, it stays onI would recommend this item to a friend.
My brother got this for his '04 YZ250 and it is a very well built kickstand!. The only complaint have with it is that the "foot" is made of plastic. I can see that breaking easily. The bracket that attaches to the frame is a nice thick steel piece. Leg doesn't drop when jumped and stays put. Very satisfied!I would recommend this item to a friend.
I would recommend this item to a friend.
Has A Problem
Had one on my 07 crf250r. It would be ok for trail riding but If your jumping it will scratch up your swing arm. I had to take the scratches out of mine with light steel wool. Don't buy if your jumping, swing arm will hit.I wouldn't recommend this item to a friend.
nice to be erect
Holds bike stable, far better than finding the nearest tree.I would recommend this item to a friend.
Instructions and Media for Trail Tech Kickstand
|Instructions - PDF||Instructional PDF|