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I have a 2010 Vulcan Voyager. I am getting along in years and find that the Voyager leans so far to the left, that it is getting more difficult to stand the bike up straight. Is there a tried and tested remedy for this?? HELP??
 

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I seem to remember a thread about someone wanting or doing a kickstand swap because of the same perceived reason. I do not remember if this was on a Voyager or Nomad or whatever, though.

Perhaps someone more involved in that thread will remember more than I do and pop in here with a reply to help you out.

The only other possibility is to start getting younger but I know of no viable thread addressing how to do that. I'd like to read that one myself!
 

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From what I remember the Nomad kickstand stands it up better and is a direct swap. I had a Nomad and a voyager and the Nomad did Stand up straighter. You could also bolt a foot of some size. I've seen a hockey Puck being used.

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kickstand issue

I have had the same problem years ago with my Goldwing, that was a beast to pick off the sidestand with Mom onboard on anything but level pavement, I first made a stand extension from some flat stock that raised the bike about an inch, boy what a difference, later I found that a chrome extension at Dennis Kirk that bolted around my OE stand and raised the bike 11/2 inches made the stand easier to use and added a little bling. Check around as I have seen them advertised, they also increase the footprint and make the bike much more stable. Hope this helps
 

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