The one thing that I forgot to mention in that post from march was that I ended up keeping it. Why? Because after attempting to communicate for two months with people overseas who didn't speak English and couldn't grasp the problem, I grew frustrated, and that was probably their plan the whole time. Amazon was no help since in their opinion, the vendor was communicating with me about the problem and were attempting to solve the issue (that was BS). I did install it, the dimensions were wrong and it wouldn't match the two main mounting bolt holes, I had to modify it to make it fit.
Once on the bike, the bike leaned to the right considerably because the third leg (the part that you put your foot on to operate the center stand) was too long and tilted the bike to the right once it was deployed. That third leg part was gouging into the concrete once the center stand was down (longer than the left primary center stand leg) forcing the bike to lean to the right to the point of being unstable. I ended up removing the center stand and using an angle grinder, I cut half an inch off of that foot pivot leg. That worked and the bike sit straight on the center stand. I removed it again, took it and had it sandblasted to remove all the rust, corrosion and flaking paint. I then re-painted it. It now looks and works as factory, but trying to save a few dollars was definitely not worth it and I learned my lesson well. I posted because I didn't want anyone else to have to learn that same lesson, it was a painful one...lol.
Moto Guzzi Griso 1200, Kawasaki Versys X-300
Harley Super Glide Custom
Last edited by zebraranger; 08-15-2019 at 10:55 AM.