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Yesterday I drove over a stone and scraped up something under my grom, and two springs fell of. One of them (the one to the left on the picture) was for the kickstand, but the other one (the one to the right on the picture) I don’t know. Does anyone here know where it goes?
 

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Yesterday I drove over a stone and scraped up something under my grom, and two springs fell of. One of them (the one to the left on the picture) was for the kickstand, but the other one (the one to the right on the picture) I don’t know. Does anyone here know where it goes?
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They are both fitted to the sidestand , you can leave out the skinny one if you want , I did years ago and never a problem.
 

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They are both fitted to the sidestand , you can leave out the skinny one if you want , I did years ago and never a problem.
Ohhh ok… when I tried to do that the kickstart would not go all the way up, and the spring just fell off. Could the reason behind that be that it’s worn/broken? And where does the skinny one go then? Like this?
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Ohhh ok… when I tried to do that the kickstart would not go all the way up, and the spring just fell off. Could the reason behind that be that it’s worn/broken? And where does the skinny one go then? Like this? View attachment 10913
Ohhh ok… when I tried to do that the kickstart would not go all the way up, and the spring just fell off. Could the reason behind that be that it’s worn/broken? And where does the skinny one go then? Like this? View attachment 10913
Yes , long bit down with open part of hook to rear of bike .
 

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They are both fitted to the sidestand , you can leave out the skinny one if you want , I did years ago and never a problem.
Yes , long bit down with open part of hook to rear of bike .
Thank you for the help, I really appreciate it! I will try to fix it today😁

So what you were saying was to put the spring like this, but with the other one as well? The red circle is towards the rear tire.
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Thank you for the help, I really appreciate it! I will try to fix it today😁

So what you were saying was to put the spring like this, but with the other one as well? The red circle is towards the rear tire. View attachment 10914
Thank you for the help, I really appreciate it! I will try to fix it today😁

So what you were saying was to put the spring like this, but with the other one as well? The red circle is towards the rear tire. View attachment 10914
Other way up , so just turn it and hook on , i was looking at mine from the side .
Hers a pic of mine .
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