Happy Trails Adjustable Centerstand Kawasaki KLR650A '87-'07

Works with all suspensions.
$149.95
SKU
HTP4-1-16

This HAPPY TRAILS center stand reflects two-years of research and development. In designing the centerstand our goal was to produce a product which was best in class for the following criteria:

  1. Ease of installation
  2. Ease of  use - in getting the bike on the stand
  3. Ground clearance - the most possible
  4. Adjustable height - one stand for all combinations of tires/suspension
  5. Lightweight (6.25 lb.) and durable
  6. Replaceable wearing parts

We think we've succeeded on all counts.

Features:

1. The center stand allows the rear tire to clear the ground in most combinations of suspensions and tires. It works with lowered suspensions (1" or less only) ... aggressive tires ... road tires.

2. The side stand and center stand must be deployed in a certain order to avoid interference. When dismounting, set the side stand first ... next deploy the center stand. Reverse this order when preparing to ride.

3. The product works with all skid plates Happy Trails sells for the KLR650. If you have a different skid plate, then look to see if there is an air space where your skid plate meets the foot peg bracket. If there is, then your skid plate will work with our center stand.

4. This centerstand is designed to work effectively with lowering links which lower the bike up to 1" (including the Happy Trails Lowering Link HTP4-1-10S. Our centerstand must not be used with links that lower the bike more than 1" to ensure the centerstand will have adequate clearance with the road surface when cornering.

All Happy Trails products are crafted in Boise, Idaho


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  • I have a 2017 KLR 650. Will this stand work for it? Same cost?Thank you.
    Question by: Steve Foster on 2019-03-02 02:03:00

    You are looking under the A Model center stand, the E model cnter stand is HERE

    Answer by: Tim on 2019-03-01 21:03:00
  • Will this fit on 2011 klr650?
    Question by: Gizelly Morais on 2019-02-27 04:36:00

    The one you need for the E Model is HERE

    Answer by: Tim on 2019-02-26 23:36:00
  • I have a 2004 klr650. Will this work with sw-motech crash bars?
    Question by: Hayden on 2019-02-20 22:24:00

    You will need to source the correct bolts that are the right length and hardness.

    Answer by: Tim on 2019-02-20 17:24:00
  • Will this center stand work with the SW-Motech crash bars (that connect to the foot pegs)?
    Question by: Garrett Williams on 2019-02-20 05:18:00

    You will need to siurce longer bolts that are the right length and hardness.

    Answer by: Tim on 2019-02-20 00:18:00
  • Will the centerstand work with JNS Engineering Lowering Foot Peg Mounts?
    Question by: Terry Bullinger on 2019-01-11 21:12:00

    Not sure if they will.

    Answer by: Tim on 2019-01-11 16:12:00
  • Hi,will this work with after market slid plate?
    Question by: Fred lude on 2018-12-19 21:09:00

    Yes the centerstand will work with after market skid plates.

    Answer by: Tim on 2018-12-19 16:09:00
  • Are these center stands still avail and would it fit a 2018 KLR 650? Thanks
    Question by: Lance McCune on 2018-10-16 20:48:00

    Sorry for the delayed reponse, we are having issues with this APP.

    Yes please check HERE

    Answer by: Tim on 2018-10-16 16:48:00
  • Will the "Happy Trails Adjustable Centerstand Kawasaki KLR650A '87-'07" fit a 1990 KLR650 Tengai? Thank you!
    Question by: Mike on 2018-06-19 00:59:00

    I have no idea if the foot pegs are the same or if the swing arm is the same.

    Answer by: Tim on 2018-06-18 20:59:00
  • One of the sets of hinge bolt/wave washers on my adjustable centerstand (SKU: HTP4-1-16) was lost. Can you please let me know how I can acquire new hinge bolt/wave washers for the adjustable centerstand (SKU: HTP4-1-16)?
    Question by: Steven L Godsey on 2018-06-11 23:25:00

    Give us a call 800-444-8770 and we can get it sent to you.

    Answer by: Tim on 2018-06-11 19:25:00
  • I have your center stand on my 2011 klr. It is extremely difficult to get the bike up on the stand. As i am 67 I don't want to hurt my back, so have to rock it back and forth several times to get it on the stand. My entire weight (200lbs) is not enough to pull it up. Videos on the inter-net make it look easy I have watched many and i am sure I am doing it correctly (not trying to lift, pushing with my legs and pulling back. Is there a common installation mistake I could be making? Like brakets backward or something. It seems the leverage is wrong. The bike is lowered about 3/4" .
    Question by: mike on 2017-10-24 20:04:00

    Mike,

    My first question is which centerstand do you have? The fixed or the adjustable?

    If it is the adjustable how far off the ground is the rear tire?

    I will send you an email so we can correspond directly.

    Answer by: Tim on 2017-10-24 16:04:00
  • Do you have a happy trail center stand that will fit my 2011 klr 650 ?
    Question by: Harry on 2017-10-06 00:24:00

    Yes THIS centestand will work on your 2011. 

    Answer by: Tim on 2017-10-05 20:24:00
  • will this work on an 84 klr 600...
    Question by: mike moreshead on 2017-04-11 18:49:00

    We have no idea if that will work on an 84 KLR 600, that is a totally different frame and swing arm.

    Answer by: Tim on 2017-04-11 14:49:00
  • 87-07? will this fit on a 2016 klr 650?
    Question by: tom on 2016-08-29 06:14:00

    You would want to use HTP4-8-16 for the 08 and later KLR

    Answer by: Tim on 2016-08-29 02:14:00
  • What is the difference in lift height between the non-adjustable model and the tallest setting on the adjustable one? Also, in inches, what is the maximum and minimum height of the adjustable model?I get the impression that once I find the height I want with the adjustable one I won't be adjusting it much so I'm trying to weigh the options between the two of them
    Question by: Anthony on 2016-04-05 00:11:00

    There asre so many variables that it is hard to put a distinct measurement. each tire is different. The benefit of  the adjustable is you can run a tall knobby for a season and then run a lower profile tire later.  There are rasing links and lowering links for the KLR and that adds to the variable. 

    You are right about once they are set that you really don't adjust them much.

    When in doubt go with the adjustable.

    Answer by: Tim on 2016-04-04 20:11:00
  • I have a 2003 KLR650 with a Kubalinc 'dog bone' to lower the rear approx 1-1/2 inches. I DON'T do off-road riding, or sharp 'twisties'. WOULD this centerstand be suitable?Regards,Ron Magen
    Question by: Ron Magen on 2016-03-30 16:46:00

    Ron,

    We state this:

    4. This centerstand is designed to work effectively with lowering links which lower the bike up to 1" (including the Happy Trails Lowering Link HTP4-1-10SOur centerstand must not be used with links that lower the bike more than 1" to ensure the centerstand will have adequate clearance with the road surface when cornering.

    Your best option is to lower the seat and get the bike back up to stock ride hieght or at least with 1" links. We have had other customers challenge our disclaimer and find out the hard way that we mean what we say,

    Answer by: Tim on 2016-03-30 12:46:00