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ocallahan7436
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Hi folks.
Can somebody post a closeup photograph, or drawing, of the R62 stand mechanisim?
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Tim O Callaghan.

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R62 stand detail

What detail are you looking for? Perhaps I can get a shot of my R52.

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R62 stand detail

Hi Darryl.
Thank you for your reply. I am looking for details of the mechanism used to keep the stand in the up position.
Regards.
Tim O Callaghan.

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R62 stand detail

I don't have a very good photo of that.

Basically, there's a heavy spring steel bracket that is rivetted on to the front right side of the rear fender. When the stand comes up, the arching tube that supports the stand clicks into a bend in this bracket.

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