built-in kickstand angle

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GTs58

I'm the Wiz, and nobody beats me!
Aren't the numbers stamped on the back of the earlier Kickstands ?

The numbers were probably stamped after the mid 60's, or maybe the early 70's. The chrome stands on the middleweights started in 62. The part numbers are in the scan I posted above.
 

greenephantom

Wore out three sets of tires already!
There's really only two angles that they used for the kickstand tube / kickstand. The approx 45 degree angle one on the cruisers and a tighter bend style that was used on most (but not all) lightweights. (For example, very tall Varsities and such used a long kickstand with a 45 degree bend.) Any 26" middleweight or heavyweight kickstand should get it done for you.
Cheers, Geoff
 

57 spit

Look Ma, No Hands!
My 1957 & 60 are mid wrights with the tighter bend, the cruiser in question is a heavyweight. I have a good insert, spring and pin, just looking for the stand... Thanks again
 

detroitbike

I live for the CABE
If anyone finds out the correct numbers to use I have boxes of NOS kickstands. Also misc. parts
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GTs58

I'm the Wiz, and nobody beats me!
Dang Detroit, that is one big stash of stands. If you have any 378's still or unmarked identical pieces I'd be interested.
 
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