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    Deal on a center stand

    If you like me, and have wanted an OEM center stand, but have been looking for a good price. I thought I would share my findings with you. I looked over ebay for used one, and searched a few site for new ones. I found that Rocky Mountain ATV (i have no affiliation with them) has them under the oem parts section for the NC700x in "accessories" and you get one for $119 with free shipping. Just thought I would share the deal I found. Its been about 3 months of searching, that was the best I could find a new one for. I hope this helps some people out....and if you find one cheaper, let me know!

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    Could you post a link for us ? Thank you

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jut8 View Post
    If you like me, and have wanted an OEM center stand, but have been looking for a good price. I thought I would share my findings with you. I looked over ebay for used one, and searched a few site for new ones. I found that Rocky Mountain ATV (i have no affiliation with them) has them under the oem parts section for the NC700x in "accessories" and you get one for $119 with free shipping. Just thought I would share the deal I found. Its been about 3 months of searching, that was the best I could find a new one for. I hope this helps some people out....and if you find one cheaper, let me know!
    Thanks for the tip. It quite common for online parts sources to discount Honda parts and accessories by 20% or more, so searching those sources is a wise move. I paid $107 for my Honda center stand about 5 years ago. The list price hasn't changed, and while 20% off is easy to find, the heavily discounted deals come and go.

    When dealers sell you a new motorcycle and try to sweeten the deal by offering accessories for 10% off, that's not really a deal at all.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jayceegee View Post
    Could you post a link for us ? Thank you
    Go here, Honda OEM Parts for Motorcycles, Dirt Bikes, ATVs, and UTVs | Rocky Mountain ATV/MC and enter your make and model. And after you do that, click on accessories. You should see it about half way down.

    Thanks for sharing! Not pulling the trigger as I haven't had a need for a center stand yet and plus, I just bought a Giant Loop Great Basin this morning!

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    Try WeBike.com
    I believe that I paid less than that.

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    At procaliber.com the center stand is currently $112.46 with free shipping (within the USA)

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    Quote Originally Posted by kumatae View Post
    Go here, Honda OEM Parts for Motorcycles, Dirt Bikes, ATVs, and UTVs | Rocky Mountain ATV/MC and enter your make and model. And after you do that, click on accessories. You should see it about half way down.

    Thanks for sharing! Not pulling the trigger as I haven't had a need for a center stand yet and plus, I just bought a Giant Loop Great Basin this morning!
    They have good tire prices too.

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    Dang, lol, i thought i found something really good there, haha. Oh well, i guess i didnt search hard enough. Its nice to find good resources that i wasent aware of though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 670cc View Post
    When dealers sell you a new motorcycle and try to sweeten the deal by offering accessories for 10% off, that's not really a deal at all.
    that's why you ask for them outright

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    The 2013 NC700X that I'm looking to buy has the center stand installed. So, that's at least a $100 option I don't have to buy.

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