Triumph Bonneville/T100 TEC MAIN STAND KIT

£84.99

TEC Main stand kit for

Bonneville and T100 bikes with 19 inch front wheels, fits 2000 to 2015  years

THIS WILL NOT FIT THE SPIRIT OR NEWCHURCH SPECIAL EDITIONS OF BONNEVILLE

Heavy duty construction with all fixings and instructions included, no drilling required.

(NOTE -will not fit 17inch cast front wheel Bonneville for that model see SE stand kit)

For bikes with aftermarket exhausts please contact us first before purchasing.

12 month warranty

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Customer Reviews

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Colin Gilbert
center stand on a bonneville

brilliant fits a treat easy to install should off done it years ago

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John H
Solid Item

A really well made and thought out stand that works brilliantly. It's a doddle to get the bike on and off it safely.
Being very picky, it took me a while to work out exactly how the spring was fitted and I preferred to make up my own retaining post to give more clearance.
Having the spring bent over the frame, when in use, may eventually wear through the paint there, in time, even though there is a thin (red) sleeve over it.
It's definitely a useful addition to any bike that doesn't already have a centre stand and makes maintenance a lot easier.
Finally, I thought the price was very reasonable for such a well made item.

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Colin Petterson
Bonneville main stand kit

Hey Guys,thanks for the stand kit.Just thought the bolts and flanged collars could have been the correct sizes,very undersize for the pre-bored chassis holes.However it's on and i'm very happy.Courrier was nothing short of excellent also,UK to NZ and delievered in 10 days...Great stuff !

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Erik Mikkelsen
Very good

Meget hurtig levering,og det passer perfekt.

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Godfrey Anderson
T100 Centre Stand

The parts came quickly, unfortunately the instructions weren't that clear but from the pictures and a couple of e mails with the help desk, deduced not all of the washers for the spring mounting bolt were present (can I suggest you perhaps include a simple parts list, similar to ones in flat packed furniture with the quantities of each? I had to step the spring mount out using an additional M8 nut as a lock nut so it clears the head of the RH SKT Button Head (not a major job). I also found the stand would bind, so followed the process of fitting an extra washer between the frame to act as a spacer. This worked but then the M10 x 35 bolts supplied didn't engage fully into the Nyloc nut, so ended up buying longer M10 x 40 stainless bolts & nuts from a local tool supplier. The main issue is it's much harder to put the bike on the stand than shown in the u tube video using a Street Twin. I'm 5'7" and 12 stone and the bike is 200 + KG so this was a struggle. I've resorted to pushing the bike onto a piece of 6"x1" plank placed in front of the rear wheel. This raises the bike up an inch which is enough to allow the stand to touch the floor straighter and now it requires almost no effort to roll the bike back. I can't fault the support from the help desk and having a centre stand does make working on the rear wheel a lot easier. This wouldn't put me off using Tec Bike Parts again. Thanks