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    A little help.

    So I just finished building my first Spot. I went with a Pike, Mavic CrossMax's, Kore Stem, Thompson Post, SDG Saddle, Titec Bars, Hope Discs and full XTR. My only problem is where/how to mount the kickstand. I picked one up at my LBS but there doesn't seem to be any good place to mount it and the instructions suck. Any help would be greatly appreciated!
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    nobody buys a bike with full XTR and puts a kick stand on it.

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    mines mounted in my shorts. strictly oem. sorry to hear about yer short commings. good thing ya have a sweet bike, pal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Late Apex
    My only problem is where/how to mount the kickstand. I picked one up at my LBS but there doesn't seem to be any good place to mount it and the instructions suck. Any help would be greatly appreciated!
    Thanks.

    Nice try. Move along.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Late Apex
    My only problem is where/how to mount the kickstand. I picked one up at my LBS but there doesn't seem to be any good place to mount it and the instructions suck. Any help would be greatly appreciated! Thanks.
    I think your question should read, "where do I apply the Uncle Josh's stinkbait?"


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    1) carefully loosen the bolts securing the seat to the seatpost
    2) remove the seat
    3) mount kickstand onto the seat clamp such that the stand points straight up -- an adaptor may be necessary
    4) carefully secure the bolts using a torque wrench
    5) jump on and enjoy the ride, troll

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