Shelby built WF / Miller kickstand correct ??

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Kato

I live for the CABE
I have a 1936 Shelby built Western Flyer and I'm not so sure the kickstand on it is correct.
It's got a Miller kickstand and the tabs on it don't fit threw the hole / spot on the frame.
Would this be the correct kickstand for the bike................?
It just seems to hang really low from the frame.
Appreciate and help / info on if so and if not what would be correct.

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Wards Guy..

Wore out three sets of tires already!
FYI just so you know that was the kickstand that was on the bike when I purchased it, just so you know I did not add it or swap it. I’m curious about your question as well. I love the way that color pops in the photos, great job again refurbishing and bringing it back to life. Fred
 

fordmike65

Riding a '37 Colson Imperial
I would say this bike would have originally come with a dropstand. That being said, many dropstands were removed early on in favor of a new-fangled invention...the sidestand.
 
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