I'm sitting on the fence with this mod and will therefore give myself a few days before doing one of these modifications.
This is the results of mounting the left lowering block on the right side (with the right side foot-peg):
If I do the above, the brake pedal arm would need to be extended because the pedal would be TOO CLOSE to the foot-peg.
With the left lowering peg on the right side, less material would need to be removed from the center stand bracket than in the previously mentioned mod:
With the right lowering block on the left side, the shifter arm would need to be extended. It would then be WAY too close to the foot-peg:
As often mentioned in American Choppers: Any more "idears"?
Next suggestion is getting different lowering mounts. I would suggest contacting Speedy. Instead of dropping down, offset out and down. This may be worthwhile to Speedy if enough people bought the stand.
Had another look, only one photo that appears the 1/4 inch plate is the interference , not the piece with the spring attached.So if the lowering peg mount extended out another 3/8 of a inch then dropped down would work ? I would think you could make something out of wood as a template , only need the right side changed, with the same drop as the original. Then have it duplicated in aluminum.
In fact I would attempt it in aluminum, using a block of aircraft aluminum, duplicate the mounting for the peg, but delay drilling the hole for the upper mounting, leaving the block say 1/2 inch offset to start with, you can always make it less, much harder to make it more
. I have done this on a metal bandsaw, I know it will be crude to start with, but using a saber saw doesn't usually give a square cut. After that it is a machine shop and milling machine or cnc machine.