You'd have to have one specially made. I'll suggest you may want one but you don't need one. Many people are happy with no stand. Others manage a lowered bike with the stand unmodified. Other options include rolling the bike on a board before try a lift or having the stand shortened.
I had no problems using the centerstand while my bike was lowered and I am not a big buy.
Try this, take your right foot and step down on the stand, getting the bike centered (so you can feel booth legs touching the ground). Then step down hard while leaning over the bike and with your right hand on the rack lifting up.
So, if I understand correctly, if the shock is lowered, the center stand becomes more difficult to use.
If I raise the bike, shorter links, it will be even more easy?
My Motech center stand is so easy to deploy now with a full load.
That's right to a certain extent. Raise the bike more than a small amount though and the rear wheel won't clear the ground when the stand is deployed. It can even get to the point where the stand won't keep the bike from falling over.
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