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  • Keith W Warner PhD
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    this product was much too short for my 29" mountain bike

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  • Good aftermarket kickstand
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    adjustable and easy to attach

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  • Insten black aluminum kickstand for bicycle
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    Works great and easy to put on.

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  • kickstand
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    I would say this is a good kickstand and works well on most light bicycles .If your looking to put it on a fat tire bike you might want to buy a different one, for me it wasn't long enough.

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  • Just what I needed!
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    Exactly what I needed! Works great on my bike. I would definitely recommend!

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  • Kickstand
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    The kickstand looks nice and I like how it adjust but the rubber piece at the bottom fell off shortly after putting kickstand on my daughters bike and continues to fall off every time she rides. If the bottom was of better quality it would be an "excellent" kickstand.

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  • Bicycle Kickstand
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    Universal application at a very good price. Overall quality is good.

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  • Probably Works If You Aren't Too Picky
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    I'm very particular about what I put on my bike. It's just an entry-level Trek 7.3 hybrid style, but I keep it clean, maintained, and free of scratches. I desperately need a kickstand, so I thought I would give this a try. It looks well-made, but extending the leg as far as necessary to reach the floor after installation told me I would be passing the product on to someone less picky. The stand seemed to bend under the pressure of holding the bike in place. There's no way it would keep the bike upright once I loaded it with my tail pack and snacks. The geometry just doesn't work for my application. I'll spend a few extra bucks to buy a kickstand my Trek dealer recommends.

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